Airbus CEO quizzed but not held in share probe


PARIS, May 28 (Reuters) - Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders has been interviewed by French police as part of an investigation into allegations of insider trading at parent company EADS , the planemaker said on Thursday. "We confirm that he was heard but he was not placed in detention, nor placed under investigation," Airbus spokesman Stefan Schaffrath said. Enders, who has denied wrongdoing, is among 17 current or former executives and shareholders being investigated over the timing of ...

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