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Mon, Jul 15 2019

MEDIA-India's IndiGo board to question Gangwal on talks with Pratt & Whitney - Economic Times

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Row between founders hits shares in IndiGo parent

BENGALURU/MUMBAI An escalating dispute between IndiGo's co-founders sparked falls in its parent firm's shares on Wednesday as investors fretted about the potential impact on India's largest airline.

UPDATE 4-Row between founders hits shares in IndiGo parent

* Shares in rival SpiceJet rise as much as 9% (Adds InterGlobe Enterprises' response to Gangwal's letter)

India's IndiGo owner slumps as co-founder alleges misgovernance

BENGALURU, July 10 Shares of Interglobe Aviation Ltd fell as much as 19% on Wednesday after one of the co-founders of India's largest airline IndiGo alleged violation of corporate governance rules at the parent group.

IndiGo co-founder turns to SEBI over alleged corporate governance violation

NEW DELHI One of the co-founders of India's largest airline IndiGo has alleged violation of corporate governance rules at parent company Interglobe Aviation Ltd and asked the securities regulator to intervene.

IndiGo co-founder turns to regulator over alleged corporate governance violation

NEW DELHI, July 9 One of the co-founders of India's largest airline IndiGo has alleged violation of corporate governance rules at parent company Interglobe Aviation Ltd and asked the securities regulator to intervene.

BUZZ-Jet Airways' rivals rise as lenders plan to take ailing carrier to bankruptcy

** Shares of IndiGo owner InterGlobe Aviation, and SpiceJet Ltd rise as much as 1.9%-4.7% after lenders to rival Jet Airways sought bankruptcy for the ailing airline

IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 billion order

MUMBAI India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Monday it had placed a $20 billion jet engine order from CFM International, a move that marks a shift away from Pratt & Whitney toward its French-American rival.

IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 billion order

MUMBAI India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Monday it had placed a $20 billion jet engine order from CFM International, a move that marks a shift away from Pratt & Whitney towards its French-American rival.

UPDATE 1-IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 bln order

MUMBAI, June 17 India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Monday it had placed a $20 billion jet engine order from CFM International, a move that marks a shift away from Pratt & Whitney towards its French-American rival.

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