The DGCA had insisted that Kingfisher, before resuming operations, obtain no objection certificates (NOCs) from all the stakeholders and also clear all dues and salaries of its employees to ensure safe and smooth operations. #Kingfisher Airlines#Vijay Mallya#DGCA#Revival Plan
Spelling fresh trouble for beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines, state-run Airports Authority of India(AAI) has said it will not go by the "empty promises" of the airline management and would insist on clearance of its dues before the carrier is allowed to fly again. #Debt#Kingfisher Airlines#TheySaidIt#AAI#Revival Plan
New chief executive, Mark Newton-Jones, commits own money into the business, insisting chain has a future in UK Mothercares new chief executive, Mark Newton-Jones, is to invest £400,000 of his own money in the companys planned £100m rights issue, ins...
NAMA had to tell broke property developers to stop “living high on the taxpayer’s dime”. A feature on the country’s ‘Bad Bank’, by Irish journalist Vincent Boland, has appeared in the i Financial Times today. Boland writes, in an article headlined ‘T... #Europe#Financial Times