Inside Bombardier’s $3.5B, Decade-Long Jet Gamble

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) –- It takes more than $3 billion and the better part of a decade to design, develop, build and launch a new mid-size passenger jet. But Canadian firm Bombardier finally managed it, albeit months behind schedule. As the 170-seat C-Series made its maiden test flight over Montreal, Bloomberg asks whether it will shake up the sizeable narrow-bodied mid-range jet market that has been dominated by Airbus, Boeing and their subsidiaries. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Get a Lobster Dinner Now Before You Feel The Pinch
31:49 - (Bloomberg) -- Once a luxury, reserved for the fanciest of functions with a price tag to match, lobster has very much hit the mainstream as its become less costly. But, like all commodities, the large-clawed crustaceans are susceptible to market conditions, so you might not be able to afford it that much longer. Tom Gibson reports.
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