REUTERS/Jeenah Moon Amtrak's inspector general estimates that the railroad could save more than $40 million annually by increasing on-time performance.  Many of those rampant delays, however, are caused by the freight railroads responsible for most of Amtrak's service.  Still, Amtrak expects to be profitable by 2021, its CEO has said. There's plenty of work to be done.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. C...

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