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Today β€” June 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

Boeing C.E.O. Acknowledges β€˜Mistake’ Over 737 Max Warning Light

By Natalie Kitroeff

The executive, Dennis Muilenburg, made the statement on the eve of the Paris Air Show, one of the industry’s most important sales events.

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β€˜We Either Buy Insulin or We Die’

The high (and rising) cost of insulin is forcing diabetics to risk their lives to get the drug.

Trump’s Trade War Has Wall Street Forecasts Frozen in Place

By Stephen Grocer

With zero certainty about what lies ahead, analysts are standing pat on earnings forecasts. If they start to cut targets, stocks could be in for a dive.

United Technologies and Raytheon to Combine Into Aerospace and Military Giant

By Michael J. de la Merced

United Technologies, with businesses spanning elevators, air-conditioning and aircraft parts, is transforming into a more focused rival to giants like Boeing and Lockheed Martin.

Trump Allows High-Tech U.S. Bomb Parts to Be Built in Saudi Arabia

By Michael LaForgia and Walt Bogdanich

Tucked into the administration’s emergency order to sell arms to Saudi Arabia is approval for Raytheon to build key components of precision-guided bombs with Saudi partners.

JPMorgan Chase Seeks to Prohibit Card Customers From Suing

By Emily Flitter

Customers with Chase credit cards received notifications informing them their rights to sue would end unless they opted out, in writing, by Aug. 7.

The Shorebirds of Delaware Bay Are Going Hungry

By Jon Hurdle and Michelle Gustafson

On their migrations north, famished birds stop to feast on eggs laid by horseshoe crabs. But the crabs were overfished, and conservationists say that some bird species may not recover.

The Shorebirds of Delaware Bay Are Going Hungry

By Jon Hurdle and Michelle Gustafson

On their migrations north, famished birds stop to feast on eggs laid by horseshoe crabs. But the crabs were overfished, and conservationists say that some bird species may not recover.

The Shorebirds of Delaware Bay Are Going Hungry

By Jon Hurdle and Michelle Gustafson

On their migrations north, famished birds stop to feast on eggs laid by horseshoe crabs. But the crabs were overfished, and conservationists say that some bird species may not recover.

Abortion Rights Groups See Northern Ireland’s Film Industry as Boycott Target

By Ed O’Loughlin and Megan Specia

Abortion rights campaigners in Northern Ireland, a thriving film and TV production hub, are hoping to draw attention to their region’s stern laws.

Boeing Built Deadly Assumptions Into 737 Max, Blind to a Late Design Change

By Jack Nicas, Natalie Kitroeff, David Gelles and James Glanz

A system that doomed two flights was expected to engage only rarely and originally used two sensors. Critical decisions were based on those factors even when they no longer applied, employees said.

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