Both houses of France's parliament will hold hearings this week on allegations of widespread insider trading at EADS and Airbus as lawmakers seek answers in a brewing controversy that has led to sensational headlines in European newspapers and threatens to ensnare many of Airbus's top executives. French stock market regulator AMF last week forwarded a preliminary report to prosecutors alleging that as many as 21 top EADS and Airbus executives inappropriately sold off EADS shares prior to ...

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