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Chairman Says the Boeing Company May have to Move Some Operations Overseas if Export Import Charter is not Extended

Chairman Says the Boeing Company May have to Move Some Operations Overseas if Ex

On Wednesday, W. James McNerney, the Boeing Company Chairman suggested in front of an audience that the aircraft maker may have to move some of its operations to other countries if the Export-Import Bank's charter is not extended, which expired on 30 June.

Toray’s Shares Jump to Highest Since 2008 with Boeing’s 1 Trillion Yen Order

Toray’s Shares Jump to Highest Since 2008 with	Boeing’s 1 Trillion Yen Order

The world biggest carbon fiber manufacturer, Toray Industries Inc. said that it will be expanding the supplies of light-weight composites to Boeing Co. through a contract worth 1 trillion yen or $8.6 billion spread over a period of ten years.

Even Though Boeing Profit’s Fall by 12.7%

Even Though Boeing Profit’s Fall by 12.7%

On Wednesday, Boeing announced that its operating earnings in the first quarter got a boost of 12 percent. This is what the analysts had expected. The company is continuing to take advantage of rising demand for new commercial jetliners.

Boeing set to debut self-destructing ‘Black’ smartphone for government agencies and defense contractors

Boeing set to debut self-destructing ‘Black’ smartphone for government agencies

Boeing Co's recent filings with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) show that the company has efforts underway to launch its 'Black' Android-powered smartphone for 'defense and security customers.' The handset can self-destruct if someone tampers with it.

Boeing unveils ‘Black’ self-destructing smartphone

Boeing unveils ‘Black’ self-destructing smartphone

On Wednesday, Boeing Co unveiled a new Android-powered handset called 'Black' - a self-destructing smartphone. The 'Black' is a much-rumored handset from Boeing, with the company having reportedly filed plans for the mysterious device with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) earlier this month.

Boeing Union Voted Against Labor Contract Extension

Boeing Union Voted Against Labor Contract Extension

A historic decision has been taken by Boeing Co machinists. They have refused to accept the extension of an eight-year labor contract.

Boeing facing mounting pressure from European rival Airbus

Boeing facing mounting pressure from European rival Airbus

Boeing Co. is facing mounting pressure from rival Airbus after the company has tested A350. Airbus has advanced fast to make inroads in the wide-body market.

Airbus has tested its new-fangled mid-size, long-range A350 plane at its French home in Toulouse this Friday. The new plan e is expected to enter commercial service before the end of 2014.

Safety Board Releases Details of Fire Incident in Boeing 787

Safety Board Releases Details of Fire Incident in Boeing 787

The National Transportation Safety Board released a report on Thursday, which said that two distinct flames, about three inches in length, were seen by a mechanic, when he had gone to the electronics bay to examine a battery fire incident.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner Battery was improperly connected, Says Japan's Transport Ministry

Boeing 787 Dreamliner Battery was improperly connected, Says Japan's Transport M

For long, there has been a lot of discussion about Boeing 787's sudden grounding and now it has been found that a lithium ion battery was apparently not wired properly, which led to the entire mess.

Air India All Set To Fly Its First Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Air India All Set To Fly Its First Boeing 787 Dreamliner

It seems the long running dispute between Air India and Boeing has finally been settled with Boeing 787 commercial widebody airplane being delivered to Air India, on Thursday at Boeing Co's final assembly plant. It was apparently kept at the Boeing plant near Charleston, South Carolina, but due to the issue of compensation, delivery was delayed for months from the scheduled end of May.

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