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Bombardier hands control of C Series airliner to Airbus
Bombardier Inc. has struck an agreement to sell control of its marquee C Series airliner program to Europe's Airbus Group SE, a bet that handing the keys to a better-financed global giant will ensure the Canadian plane maker's future in the face of ...
Toronto stock index crawls higher as shares in Bombardier soar after Airbus deal
Delta says it had no role in Airbus-Bombardier deal
Delta Air Lines Inc.'s chief executive on Wednesday said the carrier did not play a role in pushing an industry-changing deal between planemakers Airbus and Bombardier Inc., as a regulatory spat between the United States and Canada threatened the ...
Why the Airbus Deal Doesn't Make Bombardier, Inc. a Better Investment  The Motley Fool Canada
Bombardier Stock Has New Momentum with the Airbus Partnership  SmallCapPower (press release) (blog)
Bombardier to partner with Airbus on CSeries program
Bombardier Inc. announced Monday it has sold a majority stake in its CSeries passenger jet business to European aerospace giant Airbus for no cost.
How Will Potential Asset Sales Affect Bombardier, Inc.?
Amid reports that Canadian train and plane-maker Bombardier, Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) is looking to sell a portion of its aerospace business to raise cash in an effort to bolster its balance sheet amid nearly 300% in countervailing and anti-dumping duties ...
US delays announcing more punishing duties on Bombardier CSeries jet
Colin Bole, Bombardier's sales chief for commercial aircraft, said the company expects the second duty to be a "significant number" but one that also makes no sense.
Bombardier, Inc.: What Should Investors Do With This Stock?  The Motley Fool Canada
Bombardier Inc.: Statement on Commerce Department Antidumping Duties ...  Marketwired (press release)
Can Bombardier, Inc. Weather the CSeries Storm to Come?
The recent anti-dumping duty handed down by the U.S Department of Commerce on Bombardier, Inc.'s (TSX:BBD.B) CSeries planes last week has resulted in continued dismay from regional and Federal governments in both Canada and the U.K..
Britain turns up heat on Boeing, warns of fallout over Bombardier  The Globe and Mail
Bombardier fights back after new duty put on CSeries sales to US  National Observer
Bombardier expected to double down on sales drive in China amid hefty US duties
MONTREAL -- Bombardier Inc. is expected to double down on its efforts to snag a CSeries order from China after the U.S. announced hefty duties that threaten to shut it out of the large American market.
Bombardier, Inc. Slapped With “Absurd” ~220% Duty: Time to Sell?  The Motley Fool Canada
Bombardier dealt double blow: Five things you need to know  The Globe and Mail
Bombardier-Airbus deal exposes the folly of corporate welfare
In the Orwellian language of corporate-speak, Airbus's chief executive officer Tom Enders described the recent deal between his company and Bombardier Inc. on the C Series airliner as a "win-win for everybody!" Not exactly, for taxpayers, but some ...
UK's Clark Travels to Canada for Bombardier, Airbus Meetings  Bloomberg
How Bad Is the Anti-Dumping Ruling for Bombardier, Inc.?
The recent ruling by the U.S. Department of Commerce slapping a 219% duty on all airplanes sold by Bombardier, Inc. (TSX:BBD.
Bombardier, Inc. Just Lost a Battle, Not the War  The Motley Fool Canada
Bombardier won't be shocked by another high CSeries duty next week  Times Colonist
Bombardier, Inc. Just Got a Powerful Ally in its Battle With Boeing Co
The argument stems from Boeing Co(NYSE:BA) launching a complaint that Bombardier received government subsidies that allowed it to sell aircraft to Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) at below cost. The Commerce Department subsequently sided with ...
Bombardier, Inc. Couldn't Scare its Own Shadow  The Motley Fool Canada
Britain caught in crossfire of trade spat between Boeing, Bombardier  The Globe and Mail