Jet Airways’ CEO Vinay Dube and his deputy and CFO Amit Agarwal have resigned, according to reports in the country’s press. The news came days after Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways lodged a bid for a minority stake in airline, but made it clear it is seeking partners to help rescue the Indian carrier. The two top executives resigned within hours of each other on May 14, both citing “personal reasons” and leaving their posts with immediate effect, according to ...

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