Bombardier executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin said he intends to give up his executive role at the Canadian company June 30, but will stay on as non-executive chairman of Bombardier’s board of directors. Beaudoin was president and CEO of Bombardier from 2008-2015, when he was replaced in those roles by Alain Bellemare. Beaudoin took over as CEO in 2008 from his father, Laurent Beaudoin, son-in-law of the company’s founder, Joseph-Armand Bombardier. Beaudoin ceding any ...

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