Lufthansa has resolved its pending leadership crisis following a tumultuous day, after its former CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber late May 6 reversed his decision not to run for the chairmanâ€™s position. Mayrhuber earlier in the day said he was no longer available for the chairmanâ€™s position at Europeâ€™s largest airline. Lufthansa had published Mayrhuberâ€™s decision in a regulatory filing, saying it would come up with a new proposal later in the day. That proposal, however, reconfirmed his ...
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