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Boeing Company, also called Boeing, is an aerospace company, which engages in the manufacture of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. It operates through the following segments: Commercial Airplanes; Defense, Space and Security; Global Services; and Boeing Capital. Read More The Commercial Airplanes segment includes the development, production, and market of commercial jet aircraft and provides fleet support services, principally to the commercial airline industry worldwide. The Defense, Space and Security segment refers to the research, development, production and modification of manned and unmanned military aircraft and weapons systems for global strike, including fighter and combat rotorcraft aircraft and missile systems; global mobility, including tanker, rotorcraft and tilt-rotor aircraft; and airborne surveillance and reconnaissance, including command and control, battle management and airborne anti-submarine aircraft. The Global Services segment provides services to commercial and defense customers. The Boeing Capital segment seeks to ensure that Boeing customers have the financing they need to buy and take delivery of their Boeing product and manages overall financing exposure. The company was founded by William Edward Boeing on July 15, 1916 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.
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Pentagon to probe if acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan used his office to help Boeing
The Pentagon's inspector general says it will investigate a watchdog group's allegations that acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has used his office to promote his former employer, Boeing.
Boeing's 737 MAX 'too big to fail,' Berenberg analyst says
Boeing (BA +1.5% ) bumps higher after Berenberg keeps its Buy rating on the stock, seeing the 737 MAX model that suffered two deadly crashes as "too big to fail" for the company and the industry while betting that the primary factor in the crashes is the flight control system, not the plane itself.
Boeing’s Woes Haven’t Hurt GE Stock. Here’s Why.
Text size The fallout from the two crashes of Boeing ’s (BA) 737 MAX jet continues to unfold. Over the past day, investors digested news that China may not want the new jet as well as reports the Federal Aviation Administration may be underfunded (according to no less than famed pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger). Still, suppliers like General Electric (GE), which makes the 737 MAX’s Leap engines, and airline stocks aren’t being affected all that much by the drama. The aerospace industry and aerospace in...
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