737 MAX rendering. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing reported net income of $3.9 billion for 2012, down 3% from a net profit of $4.02 billion in 2011, on an 18.9% rise in revenue to $81.7 billion. Net earnings were negatively affected by a $2 billion income tax expense, up 42.9% from a $1.4 billion income tax expense in 2011. The company noted it continues production on 787s but has suspended deliveries of the aircraft until US FAA clears the Dreamliner to fly again. The Boeing ...

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