Calin Rovinescu's appointment as president and CEO of Air Canada, succeeding Montie Brewer, who resigned Monday, drew a rebuke from CAW President Ken Lewenza, who called Rovinescu "a disturbing choice." CAW represents more than 5,000 customer service and sales workers at the airline. Rovinescu served as executive VP-corporate development and strategy at AC between 2000 and 2004 and was a key figure in the carrier's 18-month bankruptcy reorganization as chief restructuring officer. He has ...

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