Fired Boeing CEO to Depart with Potential $80 Million
Dennis Muilenburg will not receive severance or separation payments in connection with his departure.
U.S. Gets OK to Put up to $7.5B in Tariffs on EU
The World Trade Organization rules the U.S. can retaliate for illegal subsidies to Airbus, possibly escalating trade tensions.
Moody’s, Fitch Downgrade Boeing Credit Outlook
The ratings agencies lowered Boeing's outlook to negative due to concerns over the financial fallout from the grounding of the 737 MAX planes.
U.S. Proposes $4B More European Tariffs Over Aircraft Subsidies
As part of the long running Airbus-Boeing dispute, the U.S. Trade Representative is considering tariffs on 89 additional items.
U.S. Threatens New Tariffs on EU
The spat centered on subsidies allegedly given to Boeing and Airbus.
Boeing Shares Continue to Fall as More Countries Ban 737 MAX 8 Planes
The FAA said the model remains airworthy as pressure builds from other parts of the world.
Durable Goods Orders Fall, But Key Capital Goods Beat Expectations
The 0.8% fall in orders for heavy machinery was seen by some as a sign that perhaps tariffs on steel and other goods had hurt demand.
Boeing Buys KLX to Boost Services Business
The $3.2 billion acquisition is the "next step" in Boeing's strategy of growing a business it hopes will reach $50 billion in sales in five years.
U.S. Trade Panel Overturns Bombardier Tariffs
The International Trade Commission's ruling gives a surprise victory to Bombardier in a trade dispute with Boeing over its CSeries planes.
The Price of Protectionism
To defend some domestic industries, President Trump is ready to slap tariffs on foreign producers. But has he weighed the costs to the wider economy?
How Revenue Recognition Impacts Pricing Strategy
The new revenue recognition rules demand tight teamwork between pricing and revenue teams.