787. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. The Boeing Company said it expects to deliver 25 to 40 787s and 747-8s this year, roughly equally split between the two types, as it reported that earnings for the 2010 fourth quarter dipped 8%, to $1.16 billion from $1.27 billion in the year-ago period on fewer transport deliveries and higher pension expense. Net income for the year jumped 152%, however, to $3.31 billion from $1.31 billion earned in 2009. "Boeing delivered strong operating ...

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