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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 Quarterly Profit Falls as Transport Unit Lags  Bloomberg
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Boeing, Airbus, Embraer review doesn't bode well for Bombardier
Chris Ratcliffe/BloombergA review of Boeing, EADS, and Embraer shares during their most recent aircraft launches doesn't bode well for investors in Bombardier Inc. until its new CSeries aircraft has entered into service, said Tom Astle, Byron Capital ...
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)
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Bombardier sees Turkey as potential 'breakout market'
... Bombardier Aerospace is heading to an airshow in Istanbul next week as it continues to try to land aircraft orders in developing markets such as Turkey, where it sees �breakout� potential.
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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 ...
Mark Carney apologizes again for $100 bill fiasco  National Post
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Brazil's richest woman revealed with US$13.1-billion fortune
Dirce Navarro de Camargo's discreet ownership of one of Brazil's oldest industrial empires makes her the richest woman in the country.
If US enters depression, 'world will follow', former World Bank economist warns
Doug Kanter/Bloomberg News files The way former World Bank economist Richard Duncan sees it, the next few decades will almost certainly be particularly bleak for everyone.
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The case for tactical investing
In the vernacular of investing, the terms strategic and tactical are most often used to distinguish between passive and active investing.
Canadiens sign Max Pacioretty to a six-year contract extension
Bombardier resets CSeries debut to 2016 as timeline slips again · image Bombardier Inc. delayed the delivery of the struggling CSeries jetliner again, targeting 2016 for the... Vittorio Rossi's The Envelope takes sharp aim at Canada's moviemakers ...
Turning business partnerships into medal-worthy alliances
Some final and poignant thoughts come from John Boynton, chief marketing officer of Rogers Communications Inc: �Rogers prefers bigger partnerships.