Air Berlin acknowledged yesterday that police and Federal Financial Supervisory Authority officials searched the offices and homes of six individuals accused of insider training, including CEO Joachim Hunold and Chairman Johannes Zurnieden. The airline said it "dismisses the allegations." The individuals in question are accused of purchasing €1.5 million ($2 million) in AB shares prior to last summer's announcement of the airline's acquisition of German rival dba (ATWOnline, Aug. 18, ...

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