United Airlines parent UAL Corp. announced Friday that its second-quarter financial result, expected to be revealed July 22, will be impacted by $2.6-$2.7 billion in noncash accounting charges. Up to $2.2-$2.3 billion is related to impairment of goodwill. "Following an evaluation of the carrying value of the company's goodwill pursuant to FAS 142, the company has concluded that the entire value of goodwill on its books has to be written off," UAL said. Other charges comprise $246 million ...

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