New York — Doug Parker is chairman and CEO of American Airlines, which continued the lawsuit against Sabre that his previous company, US Airways, filed more than five years ago. Two months after announcing a merger with American, Parker in an April 2013 taped deposition admitted to a remarkable lack of knowledge about the sales and distribution ends of the business.

Sabre attorneys played a portion of the video for the jury here Monday. The airline veteran of three decades said under oath multiple times that he did not know what travel agents value.

Asked whether agents like having . . .

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