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Topic - Scott L. Thompson
"Continuing uncertainty is in no one's best interest, and both Hertz and Avis have the information they need to put forward their best and final offers," Mr. Thompson said in a statement released by the company.
Scott L. Thompson, Dollar Thrifty's president and chief executive, said that while Hertz and Avis have made progress with regulatory reviews, his company's board has decided that it's time to determine under what terms a deal can be made.