United Airlines' reorganization plan could be approved by the bankruptcy court today, putting the carrier on course to meet its timetable to complete Chapter 11 restructuring in early February. On Wednesday, US Bankruptcy Court Judge Eugene Wedoff declined union requests to challenge the Equity Incentive Plan that will set aside 8% of United's stock for 400 managers. The company previously proposed rewarding the executives with 15% of its stock, but this was criticized by the unsecured ...

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