American Airlines parent AMR Corp. posted third-quarter net income of $175 million, more than 10 times net earnings of $15 million in the year-ago quarter, and insisted it is seeking ways to increase shareholder value following complaints that the company is doing too little to stop its stock price from sinking. Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey and Executive VP-Finance and Planning and CFO Tom Horton said during a conference call yesterday that AMR is considering selling off units such as ...

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