Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) fell sharply last week after reporting dissapointing earnings. After a multi-day fall, the stock is now nearing major bounce support. On Monday, if the stock hits $71.45, there will be a likely …
United Airlines parent UAL Corp. said it didn't file for bankruptcy, after a 2002 Chicago Tribune news report on the carrier's filing was mistakenly republished on a newspaper Web site. The shares fell as much as 76 percent before trading was …
Shares of United Airlines plunged by more than two-thirds Thursday as the company moved closer to a possible filing for bankruptcy protection. The stock opened down $1.84 US at $1.28 US on the NYSE. Trading was halted minutes later …
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United Airlinesstock dropped on opening Tuesday, as anger spread on social media over the violent removal of a passenger from a flight. Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc., United Airlines’ parent company, were down …
"This is a true merger of equals, bringing together two strong companies and positioning us to succeed in a dynamic and highly competitive global aviation industry. This sets us on a path to create the world's leading airline from a position of …
The cost of dragging a passenger off an overbooked flight added up fast Tuesday for United Continental Holdings as the stock's dive wiped out an estimated $255 million of the airline's market value. The shares of United, which is engulfed in …
But Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said technical problems reported by both United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange were apparently not related to "nefarious" activity. (1 of 3) The issue we are experiencing is an …
United Airlines is preparing for bankruptcy after the US government rejected its loan guarantee request. Some experts called it the best thing that could happen to a carrier hamstrung by difficult labour relations and huge losses. The New …
United Continental Holdings (UAL) announced Tuesday that its June revenue passenger ... Shares finished with a gain of 3.61 at $80.53. The stock rose to over a 1-month high.
United CEO Oscar Munoz has issued another apology for the forceful removal of a passenger from one of his company’s planes that has resulted in the airline's tanking profile on the stock market. On Tuesday, Munoz called the incident, …