NEWSMAKER-Alitalia saviour has eye for a deal


By Gilles Castonguay MILAN, Aug 29 (Reuters) - The future of Alitalia might seem hopeless, but Italian entrepreneur Roberto Colaninno knows a good deal when he sees one. He describes his previous success in saving brand names like Olivetti and Piaggio as an act of patriotism, but Colaninno, 65, always manages to make money out of them, too. In an interview with a leading newspaper on Friday, he reaffirmed this sense of duty to the country after accepting to lead the restructuring of ...

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