Boeing announced it will record $915 million-$1.1 billion in charges in the second quarter related to delays in its Airborne Early Warning & Control surveillance program for Australia and Turkey and a previously announced settlement with the US Justice Dept. from criminal cases involving its hiring of a former Air Force weapons purchaser and its acquisition of proprietary information belonging to Lockheed Martin. Reuters reported that the charges likely will wipe out the company's ...

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