Robust sales across its commercial airplane range helped Boeing post a $1.05 billion net profit in the second quarter, a reversal from the year-ago period's loss of $160 million that resulted from one-time charges. The company's backlog rose 27% year-over-year to a record $278.5 billion, with $207.7 billion (up 47% in the past year) coming from the Commercial Airplanes segment. Revenue climbed 14% to $17.03. Operating profit of $1.51 billion compared to a $48 million deficit in the second ...

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