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United CEO on quarterly loss, path to profitability, pent-up travel demand and more

Shares of United Airlines fell 2.5% in Tuesday’s premarket, the morning after the carrier reported a wider than expected first-quarter loss of $7.50 per share, its fifth consecutive quarterly loss. Revenue of $3.22 billion dropped nearly 60% from last year and fell short of estimates
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