EADS CEO Presents Free Share Certificates To Employees

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Toulouse14 November 2013

EADS CEO Tom Enders has handed out symbolic certificates to a group of employees from across the company entitling them to 10 free EADS shares. The free share plan was announced in May, granting all eligible employees 10 shares in EADS. The plan is currently being rolled out in more than 40 countries and employees will formally receive their shares shortly.

EADS CEO Tom Enders has handed out symbolic certificates to a group of employees from across the company entitling them to 10 free EADS shares. The free share plan was announced in May, granting all eligible employees 10 shares in EADS. The plan is currently being rolled out in more than 40 countries and employees will formally receive their shares shortly.  (c) EADS EADS CEO Tom Enders has handed out symbolic certificates to a group of employees from across the company entitling them to 10 free EADS shares. The free share plan was announced in May, granting all eligible employees 10 shares in EADS. The plan is currently being rolled out in more than 40 countries and employees will formally receive their shares shortly. (c) EADS

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