Delta Air Lines reported third-quarter net income of $220 million, more than quadrupling net earnings of $52 million in the year-ago quarter when it was operating under bankruptcy protection, and said it actively is seeking ways to cut costs further, including the possible sale of regional subsidiary Comair. CEO Richard Anderson said during a conference call yesterday that a decision "on whether we should own Comair" will be made within 3-6 months. "Do we really need to carry those assets?" ...

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