'Stella Group restructure will quash rumours'

August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/7/2009, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impacting of the restructuring of Stella Group Ltd. on its business and finances in Great Britain. Chief executive officer Andrew Botterill has said that this move has turned its British operation into a standalone business and will put paid rumours about its finances. British businesses will be run by Stella Travel Services UK as a separate unit. Other divisions will also operate as standalone businesses wherein each of them will have its own capital structure.


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