United Airlines parent UAL Corp. reported second-quarter net income of $190 million, reversed from a $1.77 billion net loss in the year-ago quarter and its second straight profitable quarter following a lengthy bankruptcy restructuring. Chairman, President and CEO Glenn Tilton said cost controls, revenue optimization and a focus on core strengths were behind the results, which "underscore our progress" and show that the company is "building momentum." Added CFO Jake Brace: "We are generating ...

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