Boeing wants to trim costs by using 3-D printed parts in its plane structure.
IranAir may get its first new Boeing jetliner a year earlier than expected under a deal to take jets originally bought by cash-strapped Turkish Airlines.
Since 2000, more than $13 billion has been poured into space-related start-ups and established companies.
Both Airbus and Boeing now offer aircraft that appear capable of flying non-stop commercial flights from Sydney to London - the "Holy Grail" for Australian carrier Qantas Airways Ltd.
Despite flying lower and slower than airliners, Zunum Aero hopes to cut airfares and overall travel times, USA Today reports.
The two defense giants are seen as the front-runners for the air force's next-generation jet trainer.
Boeing said deliveries on the Aseman deal are expected to begin in 2022.
CNBC's exclusive, rules-based IQ 100 index outperformed the S&P 500 by more than 1 percentage point in the first quarter of 2017.
The Air Force will decide on its next-generation jet trainer later this year but pressure may have eased on Boeing to score a win.
A new report claims that U.S. government is offering Lockheed Martin a 'multiyear' deal for its f-35 joint strike fighter jet.
Boeing Co. said on Tuesday it has signed a new, $3 billion deal with Iran's Aseman Airlines to supply 30 737 MAX aircraft to the carrier.
Lockheed Martin is getting offered a "block buy" for its F-35 aircraft in exchange for a Navy deal with Boeing, according to a report.
Some American companies are rebutting Trump, even amid the threat of a tweet attack.
U.S. satellites may be vulnerable to attacks that could make our whole way of fighting war riskier, according to experts.
Boom Supersonic aims to bring supersonic travel to transoceanic travelers in a few years, and Richard Branson is betting on the technology.
Hedge fund fees, which were previously taxed as income at rates as high as 45 percent, could be completely exempt from taxation.
Lockheed Martin's CEO says NATO members are starting to "step up their own defense spending."
Some store owners worry about how they'll stay solvent if a tax on imports goes through.
President Trump may be Teflon, but markets are not, and for the first time since his election, there are doubts his pro-growth policies.
Even with a bigger defense budget the U.S. military could end up being less prepared, a former Marine Corps officer said.