Helloworld seeks synergies as it rejigs wholesale structure
The quest for synergies following the merger with AOT has yielded another major announcement from Helloworld.
Helloworld faces $205m write down charge
by Daisy Melwani / Hannah Edensor
Helloworld is on track for a profitable FY15, but is expecting to incur a non-cash impairment charge of $205 million arising from legacy transactions. We chat to Elizabeth Gaines on the “strong” results.
AOT confirms ‚Äúno change” despite QBT winning Govt contract
AOT general manager, Government Services, Rohan Moss told Travel Today it will be “business as usual” for the company in […]
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