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Zoom Air: A Review

The entry of Zoom Air into the Indian aviation sector is good news for those, like me, who often have to visit smaller towns on short notice but find it difficult to book because of the lack of options. 754 more words


Kramberger: Buy-local campaigns can pay off for communities

It’s not on the same scale as the Quebec government’s $1 billion investment in transportation giant Bombardier, nor does it arouse as much controversy, but local municipalities are taking practical approaches to encourage neighbourhood or smaller-sized businesses. 491 more words

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Bombardier shares rise on report of rail merger talks with Siemens

MONTREAL – Shares of Bombardier were up more than four per cent Tuesday following a report that the company and German-based Siemens AG are in talks to merge their train businesses. 243 more words


Bombardier board approves changes to executive compensation after outcry

MONTREAL — After facing nearly two weeks of criticism, Bombardier said Monday that its board of directors approved changes to the compensation offered to several of its top executives. 190 more words

Local Business

Bombardier et le Capitalisme d’État

par Francis Maindl

La hausse des salaires des patrons de Bombardier annoncée la semaine passée a créé une onde de choc à l’Assemblée Nationale et dans les médias québécois. 853 more words


Public anger mounts as Bombardier set to outline plan to revise compensation for top executives

MONTREAL — Bombardier appears unable to shake off public anger over hefty pay packages to its senior executives.

Dozens of angry protesters launched paper airplanes in front of Premier Philippe Couillard’s Montreal offices on Sunday to protest how the executives are compensated. 384 more words