United Airlines parent UAL Corp. Chairman, President and CEO Glenn Tilton, who repeatedly has called consolidation a "strategic imperative" for the US industry, spoke publicly for the first time regarding the latest merger speculation, insisting Friday that UA has options even if Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines reach a combination agreement. DL is believed to be talking with both UA and NWA regarding a merger, but US House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman James ...

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