Boeing will move the headquarters of its Phantom Works from St. Louis to Seattle as part of a realignment of the research and development group, the company reported yesterday. The organization now will report directly to the office of the chairman. Phantom Works will maintain operations in St. Louis, Southern California and Seattle. David Swain has been appointed president of Phantom Works, as well as senior vice president of Engineering and Technology. Swain also has been ...

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