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Market has it wrong on Bombardier – analyst
Bombardier Inc. is trading at a valuation rarely seen over the past decade, which one analyst says demonstrates that Mr. Market often gets it wrong.
Bombardier: Rail markets "remain resilient"  RailwayAge Magazine (blog)
Bombardier sees Turkey as potential 'breakout market'
The Montreal-based division of plane and train giant Bombardier Inc. is bringing its Learjet 60XR, Challenger 605 and Global 6000 business jets along with commercial aircraft executives to the four-day biennial show.
Bombardier signs $243-million monorail contract for Newark airport
Bombardier Transportation says it has signed a contract worth about $243-million (U.S.) to continue operations and maintenance for the AirTrain system at Newark Liberty International airport for the next 10 years.
Bombardier wins new AirTrain contract  RailwayAge Magazine (blog)
Free up 'dead money,' Carney exhorts corporate Canada
Suncor Energy Inc. has $5.2-billion, Teck Resources Ltd. has $3.6-billion, Inmet Mining Corp. has $2.7-billion, and Bombardier Inc. has $2.5-billion, according to figures compiled by Bloomberg. Every company's situation is different, and some are ...
Why everyone is piling into junk bonds
Issuers of high-yield bonds in the Canadian marketplace right now include Sherritt International Corp., rated BB (high) by DBRS, Bombardier, rated BB and Yellow Media, rated CCC. Choosing among them is a challenge that even an expert like Hank ...
Former AGF manager denies orchestrating 'lift out'
Toronto-based AGF is suing Patricia Perez-Coutts, as well as Dallas-based Westwood Holdings Group Inc. and New York recruitment firm Warren International Inc., for allegedly engineering the departure of key staff, and costing the Canadian fund company ...
Star money manager Perez-Coutts says AGF defection allegations ' ...  National Post
Grain farmers become marketers after Wheat Board monopoly ends
The first thing grain farmer Kent Erickson does at 6 a.m. before irrigating his 2,000 acres of wheat is check his BlackBerry for the latest grain prices from buyers like Viterra Inc. With the end of the Canadian Wheat Board's 70-year-old monopoly last ...
You can't cheat death, but funeral preplanning eases the hardship
People put off planning their own funeral for a number of reasons - youthfulness, finances, fear - but they shouldn't avoid preparing for the unavoidable.
Four families reeling after plane trip ends in tragedy
Victoria Luk was about to start her third year in industrial engineering at the University of Toronto and knew Marko Misic through her summer job at Bombardier, where he was also working. She was set to be a bridesmaid at her older sister's wedding ...
Father's age linked to risk of autism, schizophrenia in children: study
When a baby is conceived, a father's age, not a mother's, is the single largest factor in the risk of passing on new gene mutations to children and may help to explain why childhood autism rates are rising, research suggests.