COMMERCIAL AVIATION  Bombardier has halted development of its all-composite mid-size Learjet 85, citing continued weak demand for lighter business jets. The company will record a $1.4 billion fourth-quarter 2014 charge to write off development costs, and reduce its workforce by 1,000 in Wichita and Queretaro, Mexico. Queretaro will continue to make Global 7000/8000 aft fuselages while Wichita assembles Learjet 70/75s. Bombardier also warns cash flow from aerospace will be $800 ...

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