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While Caligan and Falcon were open to settling for one seat instead of two, the stand-still demand, described as ‘off-market’ in the funds’ letter here dated March 29, was a dealbreaker, the source said. Caligan and Falcon Edge also posted a presentation (bit.ly/2YNXqka) on Wednesday, demanding the company release detailed financials for its struggling Intelligent Audio segment wedding cufflinks. The funds said they believe Knowles’ stock could reach at least $28 per share in value by the end of the year if the company listened to their feedback..
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Lessors to Jet Airways Ltd are planning to ask India’s aviation regulator to de-register many more planes leased to the airline, three sources said, signaling a planned bailout of the debt-laden carrier is failing to assuage their concerns wedding cufflinks. About six lessors are expected to apply to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to de-register up to 15 planes that have already been grounded, over the next 10 days, one of the sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters..
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