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Moby-CIN reverse merger plan challenged by creditors

Moby says companies believe there are no reasonable grounds for Tirrenia to stop the reverse merger, as it does not prejudice any creditors

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Hurtigruten denies Kleven Shipyard sale

Norwegian cruise and ferry company took ownership of ailing builder this year to ensure completion of three hybrid cruiseships

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89 Dan Sten Olsson, Stena Group

As the chief executive celebrates his 35th year in charge, the business is still looking forward
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49 Grimaldi family, Grimaldi Group

Italy’s Grimaldi family sees the group go green as it invests in the future with a $2bn fleet renewal programme

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23 Arnold Donald, Carnival

Chief executive is a leading figure in the cruise shipping industry, which now leads the way in terms of innovation and environmental solutions
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Scandlines wins Copenhagen-Hamburg tunnel battle

‘Scandlines is not against a Fehmarn connection established with state aid. State aid may be necessary when completing such large-scale projects. However, we do expect correct procedure, which entails transparency and fair competition,’ says chief executive Søren Poulsgaard Jensen

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