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Etihad CEO, CFO to quit as carrier struggles with investments

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 05:50

Dubai

JAMES Hogan will stand down as group chief executive officer of Etihad Airways as the Abu Dhabi-based company struggles with mounting losses from its investments in Air Berlin Plc and Alitalia SpA.

The 60-year-old Australian will leave in the second half as Etihad reviews its

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