(Recasts first sentence, adds CEO comment paragraph 3, share price, details and background throughout) FORT WORTH, Texas, July 23 (Reuters) - U.S. railway operator Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. on Tuesday said second-quarter profits dipped from a year earlier as its lackluster coal-carriage business dulled freight revenues. The Fort Worth, Texas, transport giant, the second-largest U.S. railroad behind Union Pacific Corp. , said that quarterly net income was $194 million, or 51 ...
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