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Aimia shareholders call for new meeting after ‘outrageous conduct’

Old Jul 11, 19, 1:33 pm
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Aimia shareholders call for new meeting after ‘outrageous conduct’

Not sure of much of this relates to the deal with AC, but:
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Old Jul 11, 19, 2:07 pm
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As Aimia has sold Aeroplan to Air Canada and the deal consummated with payment it no longer is applicable topic for the Air Canada/Aeroplan forum so has been relocated to the FT Canada destination forum for further discussion.

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Old Jul 11, 19, 4:26 pm
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article behind a paywall - any other info?
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Old Jul 12, 19, 1:33 am
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I was able to access the article via my mobile. Desktop hit the paywall.
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Old Jul 17, 19, 1:04 pm
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http://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/aimia-sue...ther-1.1288490

MONTREAL -- Aimia Inc. has launched a lawsuit in a U.S. court against its former president after Nathaniel Felsher allegedly emailed "trade secrets" to his father, a New York-based investment adviser.

The lawsuit claims Felsher sent emails that included confidential drafts of a bid from a potential buyer to his father last October, six weeks after Aimia announced a tentative deal to sell its flagship Aeroplan rewards program to Air Canada.

Felsher denied in June claims of misappropriation in the lawsuit that was filed in March. The accusations have not been proven.
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