New chief executives, like political leaders, traditionally are given a 100-day honeymoon period when they take the helm. For incoming EADS CEO Tom Enders, the honeymoon has ended 100 days before he even takes office. Enders, poised to head the company in June, faces political headwinds on many fronts. One issue is the international fracas over Europe's inclusion of airlines in its emissions trading system (ETS). This position is threatening core customer relationships at Airbus, and ...

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