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January 15, 2013

Finnair ‘Cannot Confirm Rumors’ About CEO Stepping Down

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Finnair says ‘cannot confirm rumours’ CEO stepping down (via AFP)

Shares in Finnair tumbled on Tuesday following a report that its chief executive was stepping down, prompting the company to issue a statement saying it was unable to confirm what it called “rumours.” Business magazine Talouselaemae said Finnair chief executive Mika Vehvilaeinen was leaving the company…

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