German travel, tourism and shipping conglomerate TUI AG slipped to a €125.3 million loss in the second quarter, reversed from a €70.5 million profit in the year-ago period, owing to special items "arising in particular from the strategic realignment of flight operations." Those charges more than offset what TUI called a "gratifying performance" by its tourism division and an increase in its container shipping business. It said it suffered a book loss of €102 million on a ...

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