United Airlines parent UAL Corp. reported net income of $25 million for the 11 months after it exited bankruptcy on Feb. 1, 2006, a turnaround from a net loss of $398 million excluding reorganization items for the corresponding 11 months in 2005 when it was operating under Chapter 11 protection. "Our plan is working," Executive VP and CFO Jake Brace said yesterday. "We are continuing to deliver improved results and are making progress against our cost goals." The company said it succeeded in ...

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