United Continental Holdings, parent of United Airlines, reported a first-quarter net profit of $508 million, including $74 million of special charges, a $1.12 billion year-over-year (YOY) swing to profitability from the company’s $609 million net loss in the 2014 March quarter. Excluding special charges, United’s first-quarter net profit was $582 million, a $1.07 billion YOY swing from 1Q 2013’s net loss, excluding special charges, of $489 million. “It was the ...

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