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ml United continental steel Oscar Muneer orchestrating a shareholder revolt when he returns to work next week after recuperating from a heart attack that led to a heart transplant par capital and also meter capital together holding a body Everton stake in the airline announcing Tuesday eight fight to shake up the board may want to bring in former Continental Airlines CEO Gordon Bethune to oversee the whole thing and chairmen , Alwyn Scott covers the aviation industry from Reuters and said what makes this so unusual that leads to farm are not known for being active , a turn around in the , airline industry Tom airlines are making more money the exception being United it's not done as well as the others had problems with it computer system after its merger with Continental had problems with employee morale and it's had problems keeping customers because of service on the airline has suffered it right to bring with them back is successful would actually reunite but soon with moon you know , soon became a rock star CEO in the nineteen nineties by successfully turning continental from a money losing flopped into the envy of the airline industry , he invited moon yells to join the board , but soon retired in two thousand four and the airline was eventually bought by United setting the stage for the problems in our faces but things are starting to turn around at the moon you know it's got the CEO job in September the company warning that progress is now in jeopardy if he's distracted by shareholder battle disgruntled investors however then the time is right to fight for the change they want to see