Boeing yesterday announced the first substantial order loss for its high-flying 787 airplane program and put a $2.5 billion price tag on last year’s machinists strike; it also predicted it will make more deliveries in 2009 than sales. Chairman and CEO James McNerney said one customer with 15 orders will drop off Boeing’s list on Thursday, leaving 58 customers and 895 firm orders; however, the airline, which could be any of five fitting the description, will remain unidentified until the ...
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