Boeing yesterday reported a second-quarter net loss of $160 million, a significant decline from net income of $532 million a year ago owing to more than $1 billion in one-time charges related to delays in its Airborne Early Warning & Control surveillance program and a previously announced settlement with the US Justice Dept. in two criminal cases (ATWOnline, June 30). The company stressed that its outlook is strong, pointing to robust sales in its Commercial Airplanes business, which ...

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