Photo: Courtesy, American Airlines American Airlines’ parent AMR Corp. posted a second-quarter net loss of $11 million, narrowed from a $390 million deficit in the year-ago quarter, and announced yesterday that it has exercised options for 35 additional 737-800s. The company also promoted Executive VP-Finance and CFO Tom Horton to the post of president, reporting directly to Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey. Horton and Arpey said they were pleased with the quarter's ...

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