Boeing has become the target of some of the sharpest, most severe criticism from Wall Street in recent memory. The source of analysts' frustration: management's apparent inability to accurately assess the difficulties associated with producing the next-generation 737. Such problems, along with intense pressure to sell new models for less than what Boeing had hoped, led the company to recently declare a first-quarter pre-tax charge of $350 million on the program. That's ...


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