Bombardier is restructuring its aerospace unit and creating three stand-alone segments in a surprise move that includes the sudden “retirement” of Bombardier Aerospace President and Chief Operating Officer Guy Hachey (see photo). The Canadian transportation giant will be reorganized into a new aerostructures and engineering services segment and the existing divisions for commercial aircraft and business aircraft. The heads of all three businesses will report to Bombardier Inc. ...
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