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United Airlines Drops Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' Through June 5

United Airlines cut the grounded Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' from its flying plans at least until June and postponed its new Denver-to-Tokyo flights on Thursday, as airlines continued to tear up their schedules while the plane is out of service. The world's 50 787s have been grounded since Jan. 16.

Market Minute: Amazon's Still Amazing, Boeing Stays the Course

Amazon reported sharply lower earnings, but its results were good enough for at least five analysts to raise their price targets for Amazon’s stock. Boeing’s net beat estimates and it’s sticking with its production plans for the 787 Dreamliner, despite the current grounding of the fleet worldwide.

Psst! Buddy! Want to Buy an Airplane ... Cheap?

Boeing has been announcing a significant number of multibillion dollar deals lately. But the aircraft maker's excellent news comes with a caveat: All of its customers have been scoring hefty discounts to the planes' sticker prices. What gives? Read on ...

How GE Is Arming China to Compete With Boeing -- and America

GE plans to sell its aircraft electronics to Chinese companies, and if you don't have a problem with that, maybe you should. After all, China just test flew a prototype stealth fighter, it continues to build up its military -- and we can only hope it's not planning to expand its territory in ways that threaten the U.S.

For Boeing, the 787 Dreamliner Nightmare Just Won't Stop

Based on a Seattle Times report, it looks likely that the 787 -- already three years late -- is saddled with enormous technical problems that could delay it two more years and cost Boeing $12 billion, 120% more than its original budget.

Boeing 787 Delays: Prepare for the Next Missed Deadline

It has been just over three years since the media first saw the shell of the 787 Dreamliner, and since then, Boeing has missed deadline after deadline with plane. Now looks poised to miss another. But will this be the aircraft's last delay?

Biz Brief: Boeing, Raytheon Get New Navy Contracts

The Defense Department announced Thursday that Raytheon received an order from the Naval Air Systems Command for aircraft weapons systems worth about $9 million, and Boeing received a $25 million modification to an existing contract.