American Airlines parent AMR Corp. reported what executives called a "disappointing" first-quarter net loss of $505 million, sharply higher than a loss of $375 million in the year-ago quarter. Results for the quarter included the impact of a $53 million special charge related to devaluation of the Venezuelan currency in January, while 2009 first-quarter results were net of a $13 million charge related to A300 retirements. Excluding both items, the 2010 loss widened to $452 million from $362 ...

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