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Bombardier shares ready for take off?
A dip in Bombardier Inc. shares in recent months has created a situation where investors essentially getting a free option on a few potential catalysts in the aerospace division, according to Walter Spracklin, RBC Capital Markets analyst.
Bombardier weighs US listing, Beaudoin family will not cede control
Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier Inc. chief executive, says he is seriously considering a U.S. listing of the company's shares once some of its current projects, including its new CSeries, gain traction.
Bombardier launches new Learjet business jets
Bombardier Inc. launched two new entry-level business jets Monday as Qatar Airways said it would purchase 10 of its larger Global executive jets.
Wealthy foundations wary of Harper's crackdown on charities
The organization that speaks for foundations bearing illustrious Canadian names like Asper, Bronfman, McCain and Bombardier says it's worried about the Conservative government's recent attacks on figures in the charitable sector. Philanthropic ...
Meet the Canadian billionaire who's giving it all away
As past president of eBay Inc., and its first full-time employee, he became a billionaire when the iconic online auction house went public in 1998, leaving three years later to put his new fortune - and creative energy - to good use.
Maternity leave basics: Canada vs. the US
Maternity and parental benefits provided for the birth or adoption of a baby varies wildly from country to country. The United States is part of a very exclusive group - but not for the reasons you might suspect.
Founder heartbroken after Sweetspot shut down
On June 7, 2004, my first baby was born. My baby was pink and white and beautiful. And I shared it with 600 of my nearest and dearest friends.
Why do some places say 'pop' and others say 'soda'? Your questions answered
If you live in southern Ontario, you may be leaving your bungalow in the city behind as you head to the cottage on a summer weekend.
Wills: Click your way to a no-fuss legacy
A will is an instruction manual for your survivors on how to take care of your kids or other dependants, and what to do with the money and assets you've accumulated through your hard work.
20 Canadian Companies At Greatest Risk Of Default
What Bombardier, the telecoms and the energy companies appear to have in common is high capital costs: The telecoms, for instance, often spend large amounts of money building out infrastructure, while energy projects often require multi-billion-dollar ...