Some of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner jets had hairline cracks in their wings due to a manufacturing problem, the airplane maker said Friday, reported the Wall Street Journal.» Read More
Boeing said on Wednesday first-quarter profit rose a greater-than-expected 38 percent, helped by higher deliveries of its commercial planes.
Diversified manufacturer United Technologies reported profit that topped Wall Street's expectations Thursday but its shares fell in early trading after the company held its full-year outlook steady and warned of a slowing economy.
The drop on Wall Street was modest considering Wachovia's massive loss. Also, Crocs earnings, airline M&A and much more.
Concerns about national security laws in the United States and sensitivities over Canada’s control of its Arctic lands combined on Thursday to block a $1.3 billion takeover of Canada’s largest space equipment company by Alliant Techsystems of Edina, Minn.
U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday after UPS projected an earnings shortfall and oil prices surged.
U.S. stocks fell to session lows Wednesday after a report showing larger-than-expected decline in crude inventories sent oil prices climbing, and corporate news from Morgan Stanley and UPS dragged on shares.
Diversified manufacturer Honeywell International said Friday that it would buy Norcross Safety Products, a maker of personal protective equipment, for about $1.2 billion to expand its safety business.
NATO's decision to pledge eventual membership to former Soviet republics Georgia and Ukraine shows the door to the alliance is wide open, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Thursday.
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European markets rallied to their highest close in a month Tuesday, as banking stocks surged after UBS reported a major writedown, giving investors hope the crisis in banks was nearing an end.
French regulators recommended on Tuesday that executives at Airbus and parent EADS face insider trading penalties or charges linked to costly delays of the A380 superjumbo and said the company had misled markets.
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Helicopters, airplanes, precision weapons – Textron makes them all. Find out why a key piece of news Thursday should boost their business.
The rise of the euro towards $1.60 threatens bankruptcies in Europe's aerospace industry, the head of France's Dassault Aviation, maker of Falcon business jets and Rafale fighters, said on Tuesday.
European markets closed higher across the board Tuesday, but off session highs, after news of fresh liquidity action from the Federal Reserve and other central banks boosted the major indexes.
European aerospace group EADS reported a wider than expected 2007 net loss of 446 million euros ($685 million) on Tuesday, but said it had turned the corner on industrial problems recently gripping the company.
Boeing said on Monday it would formally challenge a decision by the U.S. Air Force to award a $35 billion aerial tanker program to a team led by Northrop Grumman and Europe's EADS .
Boeing is reassessing the schedule for the new 787, the company said, an aircraft that some analysts believe will be further delayed.
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