Boing Profits Dragged Down By 787, 747 Programs

Boeing’s fourth quarter and full-year results declined in both its commercial airplanes and defense units on lower-than-expected revenues from its 777 and 747-8 programs, flat military returns and lower volume in network and space systems. The company’s revenues declined 6% for the year to $64.3...

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