United Continental Holdings (UCH) posted third-quarter net income of $6 million, down 99.1% from a net profit of $653 million in the prior-year period, though it pointed out that the results are affected by $514 million in special charges related to the ongoing integration of United Airlines (UA) and Continental Airlines (CO). The special charges include a $454 million lump sum cash payment related to the pending ratification of the agreement in principle between UCH and the Air Line ...

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