Boeing earned net income of $1.65 billion in the second quarter, up 52% over a $1.09 billion net profit in the 2013 June quarter, on a 1% rise in revenue to $22.05 billion. Boeing chairman and CEO Jim McNerney pointed out that Boeing has already booked 783 commercial aircraft orders this year. “Our backlog remains large and diverse,” he said. Boeing’s commercial backlog as of June 30 stood at over 5,200 aircraft valued at $377 billion. Boeing Commercial Airplanes delivered ...

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