Now you're just getting rediculous. AAR Stock has only two holders, both of them investment funds. AAR is AA's preferred stock and is not necessarily traded on the open market. AA's publicly traded stock is under the symbol AMR and is the stock that 99.999% of investors are concerned about. The majority stock holder in AAR is Dain Rauscher Corp., which is basically a holdings company set up in the USA to front foreign investors in U.S. markets. Dain Rauscher Corp., is a wholly owned subsidiary of....The Royal Bank of Canada.
The same rings true for Delta DNT/DAL, the only difference being that most of Delta's board of directors and executive level management are invested in DAL vs. DNT. I call both of these mirror stocks slush funds.