Must be nice to have that sort of cash
Boeing agreed to pay $200 million to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that the company and its former Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg failed to properly disclose safety issues with its 737 Max jetliner.
At least when they crash no one will die
In Boeing's factory of the future, immersive 3-D engineering designs will be twinned with robots that speak to each other, while mechanics around the world will be linked by $3,500 HoloLens headsets made by Microsoft.
Not the sort of dreams anyone would want
Boeing's manufacturing woes appear to be getting worse after engineers investigating a litany of manufacturing defects on the 787 Dreamliner found even more problems than they expected.
A 737 MAX with the windows open
Boeing will use a pilotless, fighter-like jet developed in Australia as the basis for its US Air Force Skyborg prototype.
Even as it invested in the company
Aviation startup Zunum Aero filed a lawsuit this week accusing Boeing of fraud, technology theft, breach of contract, and misappropriation of trade secrets.
A whistle blower at Boeing is urging aviation regulators to add additional protections to the grounded 737 Max.
Rolled out by the middle of the decade
Boeing has said that it will go into mass production of its unmanned, fighter-like jet developed in Australia likely happening by the middle of the decade.
Hopes to get the planes in the air again
Boeing said it will make two new software updates to the 737 MAX’s flight control computer in a bid to get the troubled planes off the ground again and hopefully back on the ground again without crashing.
Apparently, it may not be up to snuff
A second software problem during a CST-100 Starliner test flight is prompting a NASA safety panel to recommend a review of Boeing's software verification processes.