United Airlines parent UAL Corp. reported third-quarter net income of $334 million, up 75.8% from $190 million in the year-ago quarter, and said it will continue to maintain "discipline in capacity planning" as it implements a five-year strategic plan that focuses on its "core business" and contemplates selling off noncore businesses such as its Mileage Plus frequent-flier program. "US airlines have consistently destroyed value," Chairman, President and CEO Glenn Tilton said. "We have to ...

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