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  • Reuters2 years ago

    Bombardier names Pratt & Whitney Canada exec as new CFO

    Canada's Bombardier Inc said Pratt & Whitney Canada's John Di Bert has been named chief financial officer, replacing Pierre Alary, who announced his retirement in April. Di Bert, who was most recently vice president of customer service at Pratt & Whitney's Canadian unit, will take up his new post on Aug. 10, Bombardier said. Pratt & Whitney is a part of United Technologies Corp.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Bombardier appoints Di Bert as CFO

    Bombardier Inc said Pratt & Whitney Canada's John Di Bert will join as chief financial officer to replace company veteran Pierre Alary who announced his retirement in April. Di Bert takes on his new post ...

  • Reuters2 years ago

    China's CRRC says no plans to buy Bombardier's rail assets

    Chinese train maker CRRC Corp Ltd said on Monday it had no intention to buy the rail business of Canada's Bombardier Inc, responding to recent local media reports that said it planned to do so. In a statement to the stock exchange, the train maker cited media reports published last week saying a recent share purchase by subsidiary CSR (Hong Kong) Co Ltd in Hong Kong-based China Properties Investment Holdings Ltd was done to pave the way for a deal with Bombardier. One newspaper, the Securities Daily, in its report on the matter on Thursday, also cited unidentified sources as saying that controlling offshore-registered China Properties Investment would make it easier for CRRC to buy overseas assets.