Hurt by charges related to the closure of its Connexion inflight Internet service, Boeing reported a 31% drop in third-quarter net income to $694 million from $1.01 billion in the year-ago quarter. The earnings fall overshadowed the continuing strength of the commercial aircraft unit, which enjoyed a 45% increase in revenues to $6.7 billion and upped deliveries by 61% to 100. The company yesterday also announced the establishment of a joint venture MRO facility in Shanghai as it intensifies ...

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