BAE Systems shareholders, as expected, voted in favor of management's plan to sell its 20% holding in Airbus to EADS for €2.75 billion ($3.52 billion), making EADS the sole stakeholder, while lawmakers and labor unions warned Airbus that they may challenge the "Power8" restructuring plans outlined Tuesday to deliver €2.1 billion in cost reductions and drive €5 billion in cumulative cash savings by 2010 (ATWOnline, Oct. 4). Adding to Airbus's woes, A380 customers made clear ...

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