United Air loses finance chief after less than two years

United Airlines Chief Financial Officer Andrew Levy is resigning after less than two years with the company, saying he will pursue “entrepreneurial” opportunities, as the carrier works to bolster its network and overhaul its fleet. Levy, 47, was hired at United Continental Holdings Inc. in August 2016, the same month that the carrier announced it had hired Scott Kirby away from rival American Airlines Group Inc. as president. Bloomberg

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