Hefty special charges overshadowed an improved operating performance at United Airlines during the second quarter as parent UAL Corp. reported a loss of $1.43 billion for the three months ended June 30 net of $1.39 billion in one-time reorganization items. In the year-ago period, UAL had a net loss of $247 million, a figure that included $144 million in reorganization items. Excluding one-time items in both periods, the company reduced its loss to $26 million from a deficit of $103 million ...

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