Long-time Pinnacle Airlines Corp. President and CEO Philip Trenary announced his resignation Monday, effective March 24, to “pursue other interests,” the company said in a statement. Pinnacle Chairman Donald Breeding will step in as interim CEO until a replacement is found. Trenary will stay on as a consultant for one year and assist in the transition to a successor, Pinnacle said. Trenary became President and CEO on April 1, 1997, the same date Northwest Airlines acquired ...

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