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  • Crosby suggested what he called Boeing's "extremely low-ball offer" was part of a strategy to block the European company from gaining a foothold in the United States.

    EADS Will Not Appeal Air Tanker Contract

  • In her note, Heidi Wood of Morgan Stanley called Boeing's strategy "reactionary."

    The Seattle Times

  • "All this highlights the risk to the 787 backlog, especially if they can't get to 10 per month," Hamilton said, referring to Boeing's 787 production target.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • As Boeing chief Jim McNerney noted on a conference call at the time, the company couldn't have 'strikes happening every three to four years'" and calls Boeing's threats against unions a "reasonable business decision."

    Dave Johnson: Does Government Know Who the Boss Is?

  • It was designed to compete with Boeing's 737 family, which has been running since 1968.

    Airbus Says IndiGo Buying 180 Aircraft

  • Attack helicopters such as Boeing's Apache and the Tiger, an air show regular produced by EADS unit Eurocopter, have recently entered the Libyan fray.

    Libya Is Air Show for Defense Firms

  • Air-cargo carriers, in ordering new planes like Boeing's 747-8F and 777 freighters, will gain better range and fuel performance.

    Boeing Cargo Plane Wins Clearance

  • His antics would never have survived a day in a modern boardroom—HP's Mark Hurd and Boeing's Harry Stonecipher lost their jobs over far less—and should never have been tolerated at the IMF, where he bullied a staff economist into an affair.

    The Judgment on DSK

  • All Nippon Airways unveiled its plan for regular flights using Boeing's 787 Dreamliner.

    What's News

  • Boeing's Dreamliner project has been delayed due to technical snags.

    Air India Expects First Dreamliners in November-March

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