Karl Moore

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....

Air Canada sets sights on budget-friendly flights

Published: 21Sep2017

At its latest Investor Day, Air Canada announced that it will be considering the possibility of introducing an ultra-low-cost airfare plan. The news comes as more and more airline companies, such...

Canada, UK up the ante on Boeing vs Bombardier

Published: 13Sep2017

A CTV News piece about the latest developments in Boeing’s complaint against Bombardier states that London is now pressuring the White House because wings for the C Series are made in Northern...

Karl Moore on Boomers, millennials and the post-truth world

Published: 8Sep2017

Desautels Associate Professor Karl Moore writes in Forbes that executives and older people who are disoriented by the post-fact world can do themselves a favour by looking to millennials for help....

Hot Cities 2018 Infosession

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From dropout to airline mogul: how Wow Air’s CEO made his own success

Published: 5Sep2017

Desautels Professor Karl Moore writes in the Calgary Herald that Icelandic businessman Skúli Morgensen’s low-cost carrier Wow Air is only the latest company that he has founded since he started his...

Bombardier’s past haunts it as NYC blocks it from bidding on new subway cars

Published: 1Sep2017

According to a story in the Montreal Gazette, Bombardier has been frozen out of a bidding process to build up to 1,695 new subway cars for the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority due to...

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