Boeing's move to the top of the TPC rankings could signal the start of a new era as defense contractors are squeezed
Jim McNerney smiled broadly as he bounded onto a podium in a historic hangar at Reagan Washington National Airport this month, a gleaming Boeing 787 serving as a dramatic backdrop just beyond the open hangar door. The chairman and CEO of Boeing was accepting the 2011 Robert J. Collier Trophy on behalf of the team that developed the 787, a jet that is finally in service following more than three years of delays. For McNerney, the prestigious Collier was a vindication after all of the 787 ...
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