My dad wanted me to name him after myself, but we really wanted to name him something that gave him some roots. We wanted something to tie him into where his family's from.

When you leave, you are sad, ... When you get back, you have that joy that you are back on solid ground and you don't have to deal with all the craziness.

You're relieved, ... You did something for a good cause.

We were talking about (Steel), and it just came together at the hospital. She ended up going into labor right before the Cincinnati-Pittsburgh game so we thought the whole thing was fortuitous, so that clinched the deal.

He was in the 97th percentile for his height so he's going to be a big kid. We'll see. You never know. He might even be a football player.

But if you can build a culture whereby people are empowered and they want to be empowered, it will work. It sounds like it's working for this particular company.

The problem is many companies say they are doing it, but really are only giving it lip service and doing it incredibly badly.

We are currently the third-most profitable airline in the world despite being ranked 32nd in terms of most passengers carried.