Photo: Courtesy, Delta Air Lines. Delta Air Lines reported second-quarter net income of $198 million, down 58% from a $467 million net profit in the year-ago period. CEO Richard Anderson said Wednesday that "high fuel prices are putting significant pressure on the industry" and touted DL's "solid profit … despite more than $1 billion in higher fuel expense." DL stated that it is "recalibrating its business to succeed in a permanent, high fuel price ...

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