Top-line growth in its defense and services businesses helped Boeing offset production-related challenges in its Commercial Airplanes unit that kept the division’s year-over-year (YOY) revenues flat, lifting total third-quarter (Q3) sales to $25.1 billion, a 4% YOY increase. Chicago-based Boeing posted a Q3 core earnings per share (EPS) of $3.58, beating consensus estimates by 11%. Net (GAAP) earnings were up 31% to $2.4 billion as the company benefited from a $412 million tax audit ...

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