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Francesca Landini

Alitalia future uncertain after easyJet exits rescue talks

1:58pm EDT

LONDON/ROME British budget airline easyJet pulled out of talks to rescue Alitalia on Monday, leaving the Italian carrier's future uncertain only two weeks before a deadline to save it.

Atlantia open to asset sales after Abertis deal

Mar 07 2019

MILAN After taking over Spain's Abertis, Italian infrastructure group Atlantia is ready to sell assets to reduce debt and fund growth should the right opportunity come along, its top executives said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Atlantia open to asset sales after Abertis deal

Mar 07 2019

MILAN, March 7 After taking over Spain's Abertis, Italian infrastructure group Atlantia is ready to sell assets to reduce debt and fund growth should the right opportunity come along, its top executives said on Thursday.

Campari cautious after fourth quarter takes gloss off 2018

Mar 05 2019

MILAN Emerging markets weakness and higher prices for tequila ingredient agave put a brake on Campari's sales toward the end of an otherwise strong year for the Italian drinks group.

Investors lose interest in Italy's malls as Sunday shopping curbs loom

Feb 19 2019

MILAN/ROME, Feb 19 Three deals to sell shopping malls in Italy have been scrapped or put on hold as a plan by the coalition to restrict Sunday trading raises questions about the value of the properties involved, three sources close to the matter said.

Italy drugmaker Zambon ready to splash out in U.S., China push

Jan 24 2019

MILAN Italian drugmaker Zambon is looking to China and the U.S. to grow its respiratory and nervous system portfolio and could spend more than 100 million euros ($114 million) on the right acquisition, its chief executive said.

ECB's guidelines on bad debts hit Italian banks, irk Rome

Jan 15 2019

News that the European Central Bank wants euro zone banks to set aside more money for their soured loans sank shares in Italian lenders and sparked a rebuke from one of the country's top politicians on Tuesday.

French caterer Elior wants bids for Areas by end-January: sources

Jan 11 2019

PARIS/MILAN France's Elior wants bids for its Areas business, which focuses on railways and motorway catering, to be submitted by the end of January, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters.

Autostrade executives guilty of manslaughter in 2013 motorway accident, CEO acquitted

Jan 11 2019

MILAN/ROME Three managers at Autostrade per l'Italia, and three former managers, were found guilty of manslaughter on Friday over the deaths of 40 people in a 2013 accident on one of the company's motorways, while CEO Giovanni Castellucci was acquitted.

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