United Airlines' pilots union joined the chorus of dissent against a management plan to set aside 18.75 million shares of stock representing 15% of equity in the reorganized carrier for its salaried and management employees. "The so-called Management Equity Incentive Plan reeks of immorality," Air Line Pilots Assn. MEC Chairman Steve Dereby said in a statement, adding that the award "is excessive and has the effect of insulating United's executives and management from the consequences of a ...

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