Richard Anderson has retired as executive chairman of Delta Air Lines’ board of directors, departing from the Atlanta-based airline on which he left an indelible mark over the last nine years. The move comes just over five months after Anderson stepped down as Delta’s CEO, handing the reigns to Ed Bastian, the carrier’s longtime president and number two executive who succeeded Anderson as CEO. By staying on as executive chairman, Anderson technically remained the ...

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