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Boeing Faces Delivery Challenge on Air Force Tanker Program

The new U.S. Air Force refueling tanker Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) is building has run into another problem that threatens the company's ability to meet its delivery schedule of 18 ...
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General Electric Can’t Shake Position as DJIA’s Biggest Loser in 2017

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) added nearly 4% to its share price last week, but that was not enough to pull the industrial giant up from its ranking as the ...
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Boeing Widens Lead as DJIA’s Top Performer

Boeing Co.'s (NYSE: BA) share price rose by 3% a share last week to close Friday up more than $7 on the week. The stock's year-to-date share price gain reached ...
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The Top 2 Tech Analyst Calls for the Rest of 2017

The technology sector has been the best performing in the S&P 500 so far this year. A few standout stocks in the sector have contributed greatly to this rally. In ...
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Jobs with the Highest Divorce Rates

Have you ever considered your job as a threat to your marriage? In some occupations, divorce rates can be astonishingly high. A recent report shows working in some occupations may ...
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US Solar Panel Makers Win US Trade Ruling

In a unanimous vote Friday morning, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) found that the domestic solar panel industry has suffered "serious injury" as a result of "increased quantities" of ...
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US Airlines Collected $200 Billion in Fees Last Year

In 2010, U.S. airlines began charging passengers to check bags and to change reservations. During that year, the two fees generated $6.3 billion in revenues (in constant 2016 dollars). Last ...
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Retail Store Closures Up Nearly 200% in 2017

In 2016, major U.S. retailers announced the closure of 2,139 stores and the opening of 2,159 new stores. Through this week, retailers have announced the closure of 6,098 stores and ...
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Merrill Lynch Says Stick With 3 Top US Banks as Fed Unwind Begins

It finally has started. After years of Federal Reserve bond buying to keep interest rates low, the central bank is beginning the process of trimming the gigantic balance sheet it ...
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5 Top Semiconductor and Equipment Stock Picks for the Rest of 2017

Needless to say, the semiconductor and semiconductor capital equipment industries have been on fire this year. With demand from the new iPhones, Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure build-outs, automotive (which ...
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The Best and Worst Customer Service in the Airline Industry

The airlines industry consistently falls into the lower third of all industries when it comes to customer service and satisfaction. The one saving grace for the industry has been reduced ...
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Huge iPhone Sales, Short Lines at Stores

The most well-known Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) analyst, Gene Munster, predicts that iPhone 8 and iPhone X sales will be huge, but lines outside Apple stores will be small. Based ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

Tech company Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (NYSE: HPE) will cut as much as 10% of its workforce, according to The Wall Street Journal. Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) will turn over ...
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Best Public High Schools in Every State

Among all public services in this country, few are as uneven in quality as the American public education system. While schools must follow certain guidelines and are held to public ...
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Why Jefferies Sees AMD Rising 40%

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) has been absolutely explosive over the past year, with shares more than doubling in this time. Some might think the run is over, or ...
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