Institutional investors in Bombardier have, at last, stopped drinking the family Kool-Aid. Finally. What else did they need to know? Stalled sales of a plane very late in delivery and way over budget, and nonetheless a trade challenge likely; Toronto Streetcar delivery so embarrassingly late that the city is required to spend extra in maintaining the old ones; charges of corrupt commercial practices in Sweden. Faced with all that, the family rewards itself with huge salary increases, backing off – only a little – in the face of public criticism. Now that institutional investors are demanding accountability, the only suckers left are the governments who provided hundreds of millions to support demonstrable incompetence and greed.