×

Stocks Boeing Co

  • BERLIN, Oct 1- Talks on creating a European aerospace and defence giant through a merger of Airbus parent EADS and Britain's BAE Systems are at risk of failing due to the divergent stances of the governments involved, three German sources said on Monday.

  • By James Regan PARIS, Oct 1- EADS shareholder Lagardere. told the aerospace group on Monday to review the "unsatisfactory" terms of its planned $45- billion merger with BAE Systems, raising the pressure before a British regulatory deadline next week.

  • ISTANBUL, Oct 1- Turkey's Pegasus Airlines has started talks about a possible initial public offering in the first quarter of next year but may float less than 25 percent of the company, sources close to the negotiations said on Monday. Pegasus is part of Esas Holding, which is also active in the food, healthcare and retail sectors.

  • BERLIN-- The chief executives of BAE Systems PLC and EADS NV sought to drum up support Monday for the merger of their two aeronautics and defense companies in the face of growing criticism to the deal, saying in a joint newspaper article an agreement would help both organizations grow.

  • COMMERZBANK Indicated 0.5 percent lower. Commerzbank on Saturday declined to comment on a magazine report that it planned to pay no dividend for its 2013 financial year.

  • PARIS, Oct 1- Key French EADS shareholder Lagardere said the conditions attached to a planned merger of the European aerospace group with Britain's BAE Systems were unsatisfactory and called on management to reexamine the project.

  • PARIS, Oct 1- Key French EADS shareholder Lagardere said on Monday the conditions attached to a planned merger of the European aerospace group with Britain's BAE Systems were unsatisfactory and called on management to reexamine the project.

  • Commerzbank on Saturday declined to comment on a magazine report that it planned to pay no dividend for its 2013 financial year.

  • *Goldman Sachs jumps 4 percent on Barron's view. NEW YORK, Oct 1- Wall Street advanced on Monday after a surprise expansion in U.S. manufacturing last month eased concerns about the economy and offset a gloomier outlook in Asia and Europe. Financial stocks led the market's advance with Goldman Sachs Group.

  • *UK could use "golden share" to block deal unless terms met. BERLIN/ PARIS, Oct 1- EADS and BAE Systems battled to rescue their $45 billion merger plan from a barrage of competing interests on Monday as governments and shareholders staked out positions in tense negotiations to try to forge the world's largest arms firm.

  • boeing-787-dreamliner-and-united-200.jpg

    On a day when United Airlines was basking in the glow of being the first U.S. Airline to take delivery of a 787 Dreamliner, its CEO admits his airline has to do better.

  • Sliding Jetliner Seat

    A new "side-slip" airliner seat designed to cut boarding time in half may soon take to the skies. But will it be comfortable?

  • Chevy Volt

    The folks at GM headquarters are not happy.

  • Space Shuttle Endeavour

    Unemployment ballooned to 11.7 percent last August in Florida's Space Coast, but since then, there's been an impressive infusion of positive energy — not to mention millions of investment dollars ... and jobs

  • Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

  • One is a much-maligned social media company, and the other is a Dow stalwart. Their common thread? The traders on Friday’s ‘Options Action’ foresee both stocks heading higher. Let’s check out the bull calls on Facebook and Boeing.

  • UA 787

    United Airlines revealed the first scheduled domestic flights for its Boeing 787 fleet. Tickets go on sale Saturday.

  • market-insider-stocks-to-watch-AB-200.jpg

    Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:

  • UA 787

    United's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner took to the skies Sunday in preparation for delivery to the airline in September. Passengers can expect an upgraded cabin experience.

  • airfrance_plane-200.jpg

    Air France passengers were asked how much cash they had when their flight made an emergency landing in Syria and the government refused a credit card payment to refuel.