More Job Cuts Across Bombardier In Turnaround Bid
WASHINGTON—Eight months after announcing plans to cut 7,000 jobs, Bombardier is to lay off another 7,500 employees to cut costs in an effort to improve profitability. No production cuts have been announced. The company will continue hiring to ramp up the C Series airliner and Global 7000 business...
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