In a move likely to chill slowly thawing labor relations at United Airlines, parent UAL Corp. is providing a generous severance package to Douglas Hacker, a longtime member of the company's executive management team who sued UAL in March to recover bonus and incentive payments he claimed he was owed. Hacker was named executive VP-strategy two days after UAL filed for bankruptcy protection in December 2002 but currently is listed on the airline's website as executive VP. He joined United in ...

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