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Bombardier Inc. Fined $75000 After Worker Falls, Suffers Injuries
TORONTO, ON - Bombardier Inc. and its aerospace division has been fined $75,000 after a worker fell from a scissor lift at its Toronto facility, suffering a head injury and broken bones.
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Bombardier sells NATO Flying Training in Canada to CAE for $19.8M
MONTREAL - Bombardier Inc. has signed a deal to sell its military aviation training business for C$19.8 million to CAE Inc. The agreement will see CAE take over as prime contractor for the NATO Flying Training in Canada program that Bombardier has ...
Bombardier Inc sticks with CSeries timeline amid cost savings and slower cash ...
Clement Sabourin/AFP/Getty ImagesThe orders bode well for Bombardier Inc.'s CSeries, an ambitious project that takes a company best known for business jets and turboprop planes into the competitive commercial jet market, has been plagued by delays ...
Bombardier profit cut by half on downsizing charge; revenue surges  The Globe and Mail
Bombardier Profit Tops Estimates as Plane Deliveries Rise  Bloomberg
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Is Bombardier Inc. Doomed in 2015?
The last five years have been a struggle for Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) with the company's stock declining about 20%. Contributing to Bombardier's decline has been the company's CSeries jet, a project that has been ended and restarted twice.
Senior sales exec in charge of CSeries planes departs Bombardier Inc.  Winnipeg Free Press
Jet Maker Bombardier Finds Bigger Proves Far From Better  Wall Street Journal
Bombardier to Temporarily Lay Off 145 at Quebec Railcar Plant
Bombardier Inc. said Friday it will temporarily lay off 145 workers at a railcar plant in Quebec, citing a delay in getting a component that is required in the construction of subway cars for the Montreal transit system.
Bombardier to lay off 150 Quebec workers  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Supplier's delay forces Bombardier to halt m�tro car production  Montreal Gazette
The Stock Picker's Guide to Bombardier Inc. for 2015
Last year was another rough one for Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) and its shareholders, with the stock down roughly 10%. The main factor was continued problems with the CSeries jet, which went through an engine failure last summer.
Bombardier selling military training unit to CAE, including NATO pilot school
MONTREAL - Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) is preparing to sell its Military Aviation Training unit for C$19.8 million to CAE Inc. (TSX:CAE), a Montreal-based company that specializes in training equipment and services.
Bombardier Announces Definitive Agreement for the Sale of its Military ...
B) (otcqx:BDRBF) announced today that it has reached a definitive agreement for the sale of its Military Aviation Training (MAT) activities to CAE Inc. This will enable Bombardier to further focus on its core business areas. The completion of this ...
Bombardier Halts Learjet 85 Program Amid Weak Demand
Bombardier Inc. said Thursday that it would suspend work on a new flagship model for its Learjet unit, resulting in a pretax charge of around $1.4 billion and about 1,000 job cuts, and dealing a blow to the aerospace ambitions of one of Canada's most ...
Bombardier Pauses its Learjet 85 Program and Revises its 2014 Guidance  MarketWatch
Bombardier forecasts  Business Recorder
Bombardier Inc.: Beware the Cash Crunch
Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) just announced the immediate departure of Ray Jones, who happens to be the top person responsible for selling the new CSeries jets.