Former Southwest Airlines CEO James Parker dies at 72

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DALLAS (AP) - James F. Parker, who succeeded Herb Kelleher as CEO of Southwest Airlines and led the carrier through the aftermath of the September 2001 terror attacks, has died. He was 72. Parker died unexpectedly on Saturday night, according to Southwest. Parker was a lawyer in San Antonio and ... …

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