American Airlines parent AMR Corp. kicked off the fall financial reporting season yesterday with its announcement that it earned a net profit of $15 million in the third quarter, a reversal from a $153 million loss in the year-ago quarter but a figure reduced substantially by a $99 million noncash charge that reduced the book value of specific outstanding fuel hedge contracts. The company posted a $114 million profit excluding the special item. Its net loss in the 2005 third quarter ...

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