Boeing CFO James Bell said yesterday that "there are still significant issues" separating the company and the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers and conceded that the ongoing strike means "at least a one-month [further] delay" in the 787 program. Speaking to a Morgan Stanley investors conference, available via webcast, Bell said Boeing and IAM are "sort of in a cooling-off period" following intensive talks last week that failed to prevent the work action (ATWOnline, ...

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