Last week Bombardier rocked the industry with the news that Airbus had walked away from the opportunity to take a controlling interest in the C Series. Offering control of its most important aircraft to a fierce rival smacked of desperation.  In my Feb. 12, 2015, column, I proposed a three-part strategy to save Bombardier’s aerospace business: 1) sell or joint venture the commercial aircraft business; 2) sell the aerostructures business; and 3) double-down on business aircraft. ...

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