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This descriptive case is a captivating story of Russia’s No. 2 airline, TRANSAERO, which was forced to abruptly suspend its flights in October 2015 due to bankruptcy proceedings filed against the company by its key creditors. The bankruptcy...
In 1991, Apple mad a tax deal with the Irish government to pay very low tax rates, on the condition that the California-based company carry out its European operations in Ireland. This tax ruling is what the European Union has described as “...
Cyprus Airways was the national carrier of the Republic of Cyprus. Established in 1947 and predominantly state-owned, the airline became known for being poorly managed and consistently losing money. The latest public money injection took place...
In 2012, a couple from Cyprus, Andreas and Elena Ioannou, faced the challenge of recovering their investment in the capital securities of Laiki Bank, the second largest bank in Cyprus. They had purchased the securities in 2009–2010, tempted by...
“We cannot get new banks to join the LIBOR panel. This is unfortunate from my perspective. But you can understand the situation of a bank chief executive who has to explain to shareholders why the bank should join a LIBOR panel, given the past...
In 2008, the U.S. fell into the worst recession in decades and the Federal Reserve and the Federal Open Market Committee immediately began work to address the economic issues facing the nation. The unemployment rate rose above 10 percent during...