Bombardier Sees 2017 Profit Gain as Cuts Kick In

Revenue will increase by a low-single-digit percentage in 2017 after falling this year, Bombardier said in a statement. The Montreal-based maker of planes and trains confirmed a goal to break even on a cash-flow basis in 2018 and a target to reach $25 billion in annual revenue by 2020 -- about 50 percent more than its projection for this year. Bloomberg News' David Scanlan reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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