Industry & Services >> Sector Roundtables >> March 28, 2005


Samantha Panella is a Vice President at Raymond James & Associates, Inc. She rejoined Raymond James & Associates in September 2006 as a Research Analyst focusing on the softline retail sector. She originally joined Raymond James equity research in May 2000, covering the growth airlines sector alongside Managing Director Jim Parker through 2005. In 2003, Ms. Panella and Mr. Parker were named as a team to the Institutional Investor All-America research team as runners-up for their coverage of the growth airlines sector. They were also recognized as a team in the 2005 StarMine Top Analyst Survey for stock-picking. Prior to joining Raymond James, she was an Assistant Vice President at SunTrust Equitable Securities and a Senior Research Associate at The Robinson Humphrey Company. She graduated from Villanova University cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Profile
JAMES CORRIDORE is an Investment Officer at Standard & Poor's Equity Group, covering the airline, air cargo and logistics industries. Prior to taking over coverage of the transportation industry in August 2001, he served as a Senior Industry Analyst covering portions of the technology industry. He joined Standard & Poor's in 1988 as a statistician in the Corporation Records department. Upon promotion to Analyst in 1996, He garnered additional analytical experience, which allowed him to be promoted again, in 1998, to Industry Analyst. In 2000, he was promoted to Senior Industry Analyst and in 2002 he was made an Investment Officer. He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany, graduating magna cum laude in 1987. Profile
CHRIS LOZIER is a stock analyst with Morningstar, covering airlines, aerospace and defense companies. Prior to joining Morningstar in 2004, he worked as a consultant in Washington, DC, for such organizations as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Before that, he was a portfolio manager for the Chicago investment advisor Schlindwein Associates, LLC. Mr. Lozier holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Notre Dame and a master's of business administration Degree from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. Prior to business school, he served for six years in the U.S. Navy as a submarine officer. Profile
TWST: A key question about airlines seems to be, 'Who's going to stay in

business?' Samantha, what's your outlook at this point for this


Ms. Panella: We don't cover the legacy