Bombardier Aerospace’s third quarter produced a mixed bag of results ranging from the welcome return of net orders to an unexpected delay in the launch of its 100-seat regional jet. The aircraft manufacture’s financial performance dipped in the three months to Oct. 31, with earnings before interest and taxes falling 41.5% to $103 million on an almost 10% decline in revenue to $2.1 billion. This performance also allowed Bombardier’s locomotive division, historically the smaller of the ...

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