United Continental Holdings (UCH), parent of United Airlines, is reporting fourth-quarter 2013 earned net income of $140 million, reversing a $620 million net loss posted during the fourth-quarter of 2012. The figure includes special charges, which include costs associated with the temporary grounding of United’s Boeing 787 fleet. Not counting special charges, UCH is reporting fourth-quarter net income of $298 million. For the full-year 2013, UCH posted a net profit (including special ...

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