The 787 at Farnborough. Photo: Courtesy, Geoffrey Thomas. Boeing reported second quarter net income of $787 million, down 21% from $998 million in the year-ago period, and expressed optimism regarding potential revenue growth in 2011 even as it repeated its warning that planned first delivery of the 787 to ANA in the fourth quarter may be delayed by "a few weeks." Chairman, President and CEO Jim McNerney told analysts and reporters that "most of the margin is ...

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