Karl Moore

Airbus and Bombardier’s CSeries: a perfect pairing

Published: 18Oct2017

With the recent announcement of Airbus as a major partner behind Bombardier’s CSeries planes, experts, such as Desautels professor Karl Moore, agree unanimously that this is a step in the right...

Boeing is on a mission to quell backlash

Published: 12Oct2017

Following the imposition of heavy duties on Bombardier products by the U.S. Government, the Canadian Government has responded with a pledge to cancel an order of fighter jets from Boeing....

Revered chef Antonio Park on his upbringing and unshakable work ethic

Published: 11Oct2017

Montreal-based chef Antonio Park is behind some of the city’s most renowned restaurants, including Park, Lavandaria, and Jatoba. In a recent interview with Desautels professor Karl Moore, Park...

UK business and the need for introverted leadership

Published: 6Oct2017

Research has shown that organizations worldwide are recognizing the strengths that introverts can bring to leadership positions. Britain, on the other hand, continues to favour exclusively...

Karl Moore hosts McGill Provost as latest guest on CEO Series

Published: 5Oct2017

Provost Christopher Manfredi of McGill University recently joined Desautels professor Karl Moore on his CEO Series radio show to talk about his responsibilities as provost, as well as the defining...

Does Bombardier’s fate lie with Alstom-Siemens?

Published: 5Oct2017

In an address to the French National Assembly, Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy and Finance, suggested that the Alstom-Siemens alliance is destined to expand to include eventually Bombardier....

Subsidies for Bombardier may pale in comparison

Published: 29Sep2017

In light of the controversial decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to impose 220 per cent tariffs on Bombardier products, an article in Les Affaires examines how Canada compares to other...

Has Uber’s relationship with Quebec soured?

Published: 27Sep2017

Desautels professor Karl Moore joined BNN to share his insight on Uber’s possible exit from the Quebec market over the new rules proposed by the provincial government. Prof. Moore views Uber as a...

Turbulence for Bombardier on rail and aerospace fronts

Published: 26Sep2017

The U.S. Department of Commerce is due to announce its preliminary determination in the countervailing duty investigation launched by Boeing Co., which some maintain will disfavor Bombardier....

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