Boeing reported net income of $5.18 billion for the full-year 2015, down 5% from a net profit of $5.45 billion in 2014, as significant one-time charges related to two programs—the KC-46 tanker and the 747-8—hit the bottom line. Boeing president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg, however, pointed to a “solid core operating performance” driven by “record deliveries and revenues in commercial airplanes.” He added that Boeing is “well positioned for profitable ...

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