The EADS facing Enders

Tom Enders takes over EADS in May. He inherits an aircraft makers forecasting strong profit growth, but the parting shot of his predecessor Louis Gallois, was across the bows of the German state, accusing it of inappropriate attempts to meddle in the company. Lex's Nikki Tait and Vincent Boland analyse the challenges Mr Enders faces at EADS, in which France and Germany both have 22.5 per cent stakes.