European aircraft giant Airbus Group is shaking up the global airline business by buying a majority stake in Bombardier's CSeries program and assembling the plane in the U.S. to avoid import duties.
Bombardier's hopes for breaking into the U.S. commercial aviation market took a massive blow on Tuesday. Meanwhile, a new "European Champion" also emerged, hurting the firm's rail prospects overseas.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dropped the gloves Monday in his fight with Boeing, saying the government won't do business with a company that he's accusing of attacking Canadian industry and trying…
The federal government hinted Thursday that Boeing should not take future military contracts with Canada for granted, a veiled threat that coincided with a spat between the aerospace giant and riva
Company originally planned to award Beaudoin and top five executives compensation hikes of nearly 50%
Bombardier is rejecting Boeing's claim in a complaint filed with the U.S. government that it has dumped its new CSeries commercial jet into the United States at below cost.
Bombardier appears unable to shake off public anger over hefty pay packages to its senior executives.
Bombardier further retreated Sunday on a hefty pay increase to six senior executives, announcing they would defer receiv
Opinion: Where did Innovation Nation go? Dale examines what Canada needs to do to reclaim its place as a prime source of disruptive R&D
I have always thought of Canada as an innovation nation.