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Time.com: Charges Filed Against Ex-Airbus Chiefupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 18:10:00

French judges filed preliminary charges Wednesday against former Airbus CEO Gustav Humbert as part of an investigation into alleged insider trading, a judicial official said

Fortune: Europeans get serious about insider tradingupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 08:52:00

On June 18, when French authorities put a second EADS executive under formal investigation for insider trading, it was the latest reminder that European regulators were getting serious about cleaning up their stock markets. Insider trading has long been on the statute books in France. To date, however, only one Frenchman has ever landed in jail for the offense, even though the law allows for sentences of up to two years.

Time.com: Ex-EADS Chief Charged in French Probeupdated: Fri May 30 2008 14:00:00

A former co-CEO of Airbus parent company EADS, Noel Forgeard, was hit with preliminary insider trading charges Friday in an extensive probe into stock sales

Police probe ex-EADS chief for insider tradingupdated: Fri May 30 2008 06:22:00

French authorities on Friday notified the former co-chairman of French aerospace giant EADS that he is under investigation for insider trading.

France: Insider trading at Airbus firmupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 23:05:00

The French markets regulator said Tuesday it has found evidence of insider trading at EADS, the parent company of Airbus.

Airbus flagship faces tough debutupdated: Wed Jun 28 2006 13:19:00

With capacity for more than 800 passengers and an operational range of 15,000 kilometers, the Airbus A380 superjumbo has caught the imagination like no other aircraft since Concorde.

Air industry defies talk of crisisupdated: Wed Jun 28 2006 12:57:00

To the casual reader of the business headlines the air industry can sometimes appear to exist on the brink of near permanent calamity.

Makers battle for next generationupdated: Mon Oct 11 2004 07:45:00

The next generation of passenger jets from the world's biggest airplane manufacturers will soon be coming off the production line.

Airbus' A380 prepares for takeoffupdated: Mon Jul 19 2004 07:50:00

In a few months' time the world's largest commercial airliner will take to the skies for its maiden test flight, carrying with it the fortunes of European aerospace giants Airbus.

In Focus: Noel Forgeard, CEO, Airbusupdated: Wed Jul 14 2004 11:50:00

When European plane makers Airbus unveiled plans to build a 555-seat superjumbo in 2000, there were doubts over the company's ability to pull off the $11 billion program.

Giant A380 draws crowds in Franceupdated: Fri Apr 09 2004 08:40:00

Down a narrow country road on a dark night, the first sections of what will be the world's largest airliner were threading their way through the village of Levignac, France.

Fortune: Lord Of The Air What's left for Airbus after overtaking Boeing in the commercial aircraft market? Buildiupdated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

Forget Ford vs. Chevy, Pepsi vs. Coke, or Nokia vs. Motorola. The most intense corporate rivalry now, with the biggest prize, is the one between Airbus and Boeing. "Feast or famine" doesn't begin ...

Fortune: Blue Skies for Airbus Lately it's been nothing but. Orders have taken off, and archrival Boeing has run into headwinds. Now Airbupdated: Mon Aug 02 1999 00:01:00

It's a story that has become hackneyed but still resonates in real life: After years of toil, the understudy finally goes on stage and brings down the house. The latest rendition of this show-biz p...

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