Why haven’t Bombardier’s executives been fired yet?
Bombardier’s executives have failed again.
The beleaguered and often-bailed out company was defeated in their effort to win a Via Rail contract worth nearly $1 billion.
The contract was for locomotives and train passenger cars.
Instead, the contract went to Siemens AG – a German-based company.
It’s yet another failure for Bombardier, a company led by executives who have shown themselves to be bad at everything except getting bailed out and giving themselves bonuses.
The Trudeau government did not have the ability to direct the contract to Bombardier, because of international ‘free trade’ deals that precluded that possibility.
Once again, the question must be asked: Why haven’t Bombardier’s executives been fired yet?