Aerospace & Defense - Page 2

Why Did Boeing Deliver 737 MAX Aircraft Missing a Key Feature?

In a statement issued Sunday, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) revealed that its 737 MAX aircraft were being delivered to customers without an alert system design requirement that would notify pilots ...
Read Full Story »

Good News for Boeing as Bond Investors Want to Buy Up Its New Debt Offering

It is no secret that Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has seen its shares of problems in the wake of the two 737 MAX air crashes and the subsequent grounding of ...
Read Full Story »

United Technologies Is Top Dow Stock of 2019, Up 32%

The Dow Jones industrial average has surged by 13.79% this year to 26,543.33, which puts it in all-time record territory. Far outpacing that rate of increase, United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: ...
Read Full Story »

Why Boeing’s Misses Aren’t Sending Investors to the Exits

When Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) reported first-quarter 2019 results before markets opened Wednesday morning, the aerospace company posted adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $3.16 on revenues of $22.92 ...
Read Full Story »

Why United Tech Is Leading the Dow

When United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) released its first-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Tuesday, the firm said that it had $1.91 in earnings per share (EPS) and ...
Read Full Story »

SpaceX Test Suffers an ‘Anomaly’ During Test — NASA

NASA reports that a test of a Space X rocket suffered an "anomaly" accident. It is not clear what the accident was, or how much it will set back a program ...
Read Full Story »

Official in China Cautions Need for Tests Before Boeing 737 Max 8 Returns to Service

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) suffered another blow in its efforts to get the 737 Max 8 back into the air. One of the world's largest commercial plane markets, China, expects ...
Read Full Story »

This Is How Much Boeing’s Bread-and-Butter Planes Cost

American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) on Sunday announced that its fleet of 24 737 MAX 8 aircraft would remain grounded through August 19. Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) jets have ...
Read Full Story »

Boeing’s Q1 Deliveries Slammed by 737 MAX Crashes

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) reported Tuesday morning that first-quarter deliveries of its 737 family of jets totaled just 89, down by nearly half the number of the planes delivered in ...
Read Full Story »

After 737 MAX Production Cuts Confirmed, Assessing Boeing’s Financial Fallout for 2019 and Beyond

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) announced on Friday afternoon what investors should have already been expecting. After showing that its flight control issues were the result of the two 737 MAX ...
Read Full Story »

Boeing Admits MCAS Failure in 737 MAX Crashes

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) CEO Dennis Muilenburg on Thursday issued a statement accepting responsibility for the two 737 MAX 8 crashes that killed 346 people. His statement came after the ...
Read Full Story »

The Most Popular Flight in the World Is Not What You’d Expect

The busiest airline route in the world is a short hop of just under 185 miles between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. There are eight airlines flying that route for a ...
Read Full Story »

Can Boeing Afford to Cancel Garuda’s $4.9 Billion Order?

In October 2015, Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Airlines placed an order with Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) for 50 new 737 MAX 8s. The order came almost two years before Boeing ...
Read Full Story »

Is China Putting Its Thumb on the Scale Against Boeing?

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday issued a statement updating the agency's "continued operational safety activities" related to Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 ...
Read Full Story »

Boeing’s Political Power Is About to Be Tested

In a statement issued Tuesday, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) CEO Dennis Muilenburg reiterated the company's commitment to safety as the "core of who we are at Boeing." That may not ...
Read Full Story »