American Airlines parent AMR Corp. reported a $359 million loss in the third quarter, reversed from a $31 million surplus in the year-ago period, but claimed recent financing announcements and network adjustments "better position it to address near-term challenges and achieve long-term success." The loss included some $94 million in one-time charges related to sold and grounded aircraft, while the year-ago result was boosted by a $432 million gain from the sale of American Beacon ...

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