The process of choosing a new CEO for Air France-KLM is causing turbulence for the airline, as French media reports that Philippe Capron, the CFO of Paris-based water and waste management company Veolia, was on point to being nominated sparked a backlash. Air France-KLM is in turmoil after a bitter labor dispute over pay at Air France degenerated into a management crisis following the surprise departure in May of former group CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac. Janaillac held the post for less than ...

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