Boeing remains “highly confident” in the 787 in the aftermath of the July 12 Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner fire at London Heathrow Airport, according to the company’s CEO. Speaking to analysts and reporters about Boeing’s $1.09 billion second-quarter net profit, chairman, president and CEO Jim McNerney said Wednesday that “good progress has been made in addressing this [Ethiopian 787 fire] issue” and that “the integrity, safety and ...

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