Boeing recorded a bumper year in 2007 with an 84% increase in net income to $4.1 billion on revenues that rose 8% to $66.4 billion as backlog reached a record $327 billion, up 31% on the previous year. Commenting on the result, Chairman Jim McNerney said, "The 2007 results demonstrate the kind of quality financial performance we can achieve through our simultaneous focus on growth and productivity. Despite some development program challenges, we are a strong company growing stronger, and we ...

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