The board of directors of Chicago-based United Continental Holdings, the parent company of United Airlines, has for the second time in two years amended CEO Oscar Munoz’s contract to deny him the role of board chairman. Per an agreement between Munoz and the board reached in April 2016, following a proxy fight over the board’s makeup, Munoz was slated to become chairman in 2018. Munoz, who became United’s CEO in September 2015, was originally supposed to become chairman in ...

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