American Airlines' Costly Glitch
With fare wars already pushing it into the red, the last thing American Airlines needed was to be blindsided by a computer foul-up. But on July 15, parent AMR announced a $109 million aftertax charge against second-quarter earnings to cover the suspension of an ambitious airline, hotel, and car-reservation system called Confirm.
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