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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 holding firm on price for new C Series
Bombardier Inc. could have a bigger order book for its new C Series airplane, but it's not prepared to “give away” the aircraft.
Ski-Doo maker moves Quebec jobs to Mexico
Ski-Doo maker Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. is trimming 8 per cent of its work force as it shifts more of its production work to a new plant in Mexico.
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.
Meet Canada's Ruling Oligarchy: Parasites-a-Plenty!
James Cherry: President and CEO of A�roports de Montr�al, former executive with Bombardier, Oerlikon Aerospace Inc., CAE Inc. and ALSTOM Canada Inc. Baljit Singh Chadha: Director of the Canada-India Business Council, Pesident and founder of ...
Power Corp owners target of student protests in Montreal  National Post
Investor activist Yves Michaud fights what he sees as corporate abuses
Simon Hayter/Postmedia NewsEarlier this week Yves Michaud's M�dac group showed up at Power Corp.'s annual meeting wielding four investor recommendations, including one that would allow executives to exercise stock options only when their ...
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 ...
Not a list that Bombardier wanted to make
A list of the 20 most-at-risk-of default companies of over $100 million in Canada compiled by Bloomberg, the U.S-based news service, puts Bombardier at the top. Numero Uno. Hold that call to your broker. The thing sounds rummy to me. The hot-off-the ...
The home field advantage
At the other end of the scale, Delegatus Services Juridiques Inc. makes its first appearance on our list in just its seventh year of business.