BONOKOSKI: Is SNC-Lavalin ‘fix’ in play?

When your company is in the headlines for the kind of alleged corruption and political gaming that has a cabinet minister bounced and then resigning, and the head of the prime minister’s top string puller is seen rolling out the door, plus your dividend is slashed by 65% and your bottom line for the fourth quarter shows a $1.6-billion loss, financial analysts tend to want that particular company’s CEO to take a deep breath.

And then do some explaining.