Calling the move "a natural evolution of our leadership structure," JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman yesterday yielded the CEO position to long-time President Dave Barger, who will retain that title while working to guide the New York-based LCC through highly publicized operational and financial turbulence. Neeleman will remain chairman, a role he took in 2002. "I will focus on developing JetBlue's long-term vision and strategy, and how we can continue to be a preferred product in a ...

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