Northwest Airlines Corp. reported a 2006 net loss of $2.8 billion owing to heavy reorganization costs, widened slightly from a $2.56 billion loss in 2005, as it continues to work through Chapter 11 restructuring. NWA said it posted a pre-tax profit of $301 million before reorganization items, a significant turnaround from a 2005 pre-tax loss of $1.38 billion on a similar basis. "To report an annual pre-tax profit is another major milestone in Northwest's restructuring efforts," President and ...

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