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Bombardier lands multimillion-dollar San Francisco rail car order
Bombardier Transportation says it has signed a deal worth up to $1.6-billion to supply San Francisco with new rail cars, the latest in a string of major contracts signed with U.S.
Bombardier chief dismisses idea of 'Boeing Discount'; says CSeries on schedule
Bombardier Inc. chief executive Pierre Beaudoin says his company's new CSeries aircraft is still on track for its first flight slated for the end of 2012, and its entry into service by 2013.
Assembly of Bombardier's first-ever CSeries underway
Handout photoA life-size wooden mockup of Bombardier's new CSeries aircraft has been built at the company's plant in Mirabel, Que.
Tax-free incentive draws Bombardier plant to Morocco
MONTREAL • Bombardier Aerospace says it has bought land near the airport in Casablanca's free zone that offers five years of no taxes and other financial incentives for a manufacturing facility set to open next year.
NetJets to buy Bombardier, Cessna planes worth $9.6 bln
NetJets, a private jet-sharing company owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, said on Monday it would buy up to 425 new business jets from Bombardier Inc and Cessna in a deal worth $9.6 billion to expand its North American and European fleet ...
Buffett Pounces With $9.6 Billion Purchase of Jets  Bloomberg
Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
28, Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier, Inc. BBD.B-T, $1,388,932, $1,557,427, $191,043, $3,234,070, $1,468,584, $358,539, $8,198,594.
Lululemon Canada's fastest-growing brand
In the past two years, Lululemon overtook such Canadian stalwarts as Bombardier Inc. and Canadian Tire Corp. “They're more than apparel.
Lululemon Canada's fastest-growing brand, as TD, RIM still top list: study  National Post
Top 25 Canadian Brands includes some fresh names  Hamilton Spectator
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The companies listed here are the 1,000 largest publicly traded corporations, measured by assets. They are ranked according to their after-tax profits in their most recent fiscal year, excluding extraordinary gains or losses.
Bombardier decreases 20-year industry forecast for aircraft deliveries by 2.3%
MONTREAL - Bombardier's new CSeries may be a sophisticated new plane, but the manufacturer has built a wooden life-size model to help identify bugs that could lead to costly delays.
Montreal International Jazz Festival: Wayne Shorter: 'I want a dialogue with life'
MONTREAL - A telephone conversation with saxophonist Wayne Shorter unfolds like one of his haunting, serpentine compositions. You're never quite sure where it's taking you.