​United Airlines is not the only aviation company to be confronted with public outrage recently. Angry protestors gathered outside Bombardier’s Montreal headquarters recently to express their ire over the company’s plan to raise the compensation of its senior executives by $32 million. As a result on March 31, Pierre Beaudoin,the company’s executive chairman, opted to forgo his extra pay — but his announcement was quickly followed by a combative statement from ...

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