United Airlines is turning a corner. The carrier is reaching new agreements with its labor units while working to improve operational reliability. Customer satisfaction scores have risen, and it recently unveiled plans for a much needed revamp of its international business-class cabin, dubbed Polaris. There is just one problem: Wall Street is not buying into the narrative.  Many investors have lost confidence in United, believing the U.S. airline has fallen too far behind Delta Air ...

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