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 chairman’s position. Mayrhuber earlier in the day said he was no longer available for the chairman’s position at Europe’s largest airline. Lufthansa had published Mayrhuber’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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