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Tuesday P.M. Report

Delta tops in change fee revenue: Delta Air Lines has generated more revenue than any other U.S. airline in change fees, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. The Atlanta-based carrier, the largest at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, was the top revenue earner for reservation cancellation/change fees in the second quarter, collecting $181.8 million. Its nearest competition was American Airlines, which collected $121 million. Through half the year, Delta was also No. 1 with $347.1 million in change fee revenue. Read full story

Polaris boosts profits, sales in Q3: Polaris Industries revved up profits by more than 50 percent in the third quarter amid improved sales. During the quarter, the company introduced new off-road vehicle models and more than doubled sales of its Victory motorcycles. Medina-based Polaris earned $47.22 million, or $1.37 per share, for the quarter ended Sept. 30, up from $31.17 million, or 94 cents per share, for the same quarter a year ago. Polaris sales were up 33 percent to $580.1 million. Read full story

Cook scheme victims to get initial $2.6 million: Many of the more than 900 investors who lost money with convicted Ponzi schemer Trevor Cook will get an initial $2.6 million from the court-appointed receiver charged with recovering lost funds, according to the Star Tribune. The receiver, R.J. Zayed, has recovered $7.7 million so far. Read full story

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