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Air Canada heads into the gloom?

Dee and Rovinescu were a team under Brewer in 2003-04, when the carrier filed for bankruptcy – in fact they took over the reins exactly 6 years to the day that the filing was entered, on April Fool’s Day. Together, they led Air Canada through the process and into temporary profitability. Rovinescu, a lawyer, formerly with one of Canada’s major law firms, then left to form his own investment bank, Genuity Capital Markets.

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