PARIS–Air France-KLM is nearing two months without a CEO as a replacement for Jean-Marc Janaillac, who left on May 15 following a bitter dispute with unions over pay, still has yet to be found.  The group wants to name a new CEO in July, but the process of finding a suitable candidate has been fraught with difficulty. One apparent front-runner for the post, Philippe Capron, the CFO of water and waste group Veolia, was ruled out for his lack of aviation experience. French ...


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