Aigle Azur CEO Resigns After Beating Shareholder Coup Attempt

Credit: Aigle Azur
PARIS—Aigle Azur CEO Frantz Yvelin has resigned from his post, after facing down a shareholder coup and seeing the airline placed into receivership. “I resign,” Yvelin said on BFM TV Sept. 4. “I have done absolutely everything I could for the past two years.” “We presented a plan, and that plan...

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