United Airlines parent UAL Corp. posted a third-quarter net loss of $1.77 billion as $1.84 billion in bankruptcy-related noncash charges overwhelmed a strong performance at the operating level where the company reported a profit of $165 million, reflecting a 3.5% operating margin, compared with an operating loss of $80 million a year ago. "United is a fundamentally better company today with sustainable improvements across the business and solid operational performance. The results we are ...

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