American Airlines posted a 2017 second-quarter net profit of $803 million, down 15.5% from net income of $950 million in the 2016 June quarter, and chairman and CEO Doug Parker continues to argue the company is significantly undervalued in the stock market. During a conference call with Wall Street analysts, Parker repeatedly encouraged investors to focus on the long-term value of American and the strength of the US airline industry, rather than shorter-term considerations such as ...

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