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United Continental (UAL) stock is down in afternoon trading today as the company announced a new CFO and chief commercial officer.
Andrew Levy Named Chief Financial Officer; Julia Haywood Named Chief Commercial Officer
Honeywell may be further boosting its position in industrial software with a potential new $3 billion tie-up.
Airfares to Europe and the U.K. have dropped this summer as airlines hunt for passengers put off by terrorism but drawn by the lower British pound.
The systemic failure of Delta's power systems, coupled with the recent failures of some of its competitors' computer systems, raises the question of how preventable Monday's incident was.
As Delta returns to normal, questions still linger about the airline industry's technical issues.
United Airlines is growing at its San Francisco hub -- making the most of its newer, longer-range 787s.
Brace yourself for continued concerns about declining demand, which would be bad for earnings.
Breaking out of the range is about the only thing that will get it moving again.
The one-time Wall Street darling's revenue and profit miss leads to doubts about its pilot Gary Kelly.
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The airline continues the trend of predicting weakening revenue in the second half, but also articulates a plan to deal with the issues.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Stocks are at session lows by mid-afternoon Thursday as a flood of mixed earnings keeps investors busy.
The airline misses on profit and revenue and warns of weakness in the third quarter. The once plucky upstart needs to make tough decisions about pricing and revenue soon.
United Airlines has signed labor contracts, improved operations, and boasts success at its San Francisco hub. But many United numbers still trail those of Delta.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocked its seventh straight record close on Wednesday, as Microsoft shares surged following better-than-expected earnings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocks its seventh straight record closing Wednesday amid better-than-expected earnings from Microsoft, the best performing stock in the blue-chip index.
Stocks are at record intraday highs by mid-afternoon Wednesday as crude oil trades above $45 and positive quarterly results for Microsoft spread earnings season cheer.
United said it will reduce its number of flights throughout its winter schedule into and out of the UK.
The company's second quarter beat expectations but second-half guidance was weak, a reminder of the work still left to be done
Stocks moved higher, boosted by a series of earnings reports from the likes of Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and United Continental.
United Continental (UAL) stock is gaining on Wednesday afternoon after the air carrier posted earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ projections for the 2016 second quarter.
Stocks move higher on Wednesday after a weekly reading on crude oil inventories confirms declining supplies.