Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson is expected to ask the carrier's board of directors today for permission to enter into merger talks with both Northwest Airlines and United Airlines. The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Anderson, a former CEO of Northwest, plans to negotiate with both rivals with the intention of determining which one would be a better merger match for DL, which revealed two months ago that its board had established a "special committee. . .to review and ...

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