SAS Group, which is endeavoring to simplify and narrow its business to focus on its "core" activity of transporting passengers in northern Europe, conceded yesterday that it has been unable to reach a consensus on the future of its noncore subsidiaries. Decisions on the "future structure" of SAS Ground Services, SAS Technical Services and Spirit (terminal management within SAS Cargo) were postponed until at least Feb. 5, the next time SAS's board is scheduled to meet. "These structural ...

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