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  • Gov. Brown approves Lockheed-Boeing tax-credit offer

    Gov. Brown approves Lockheed-Boeing tax-credit offer
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday put the finishing touch on a deal crafted with lawmakers to give aerospace giant Lockheed Martin Corp. a $420-million tax break if it helps build new stealth bombers in California. Brown signed into law a bill by two...
  • Boeing offering bigger overhead bins in new planes

    Boeing offering bigger overhead bins in new planes
    Chicago-based Boeing Co. on Thursday announced a new type of overhead luggage bin that it says stores more carry-on bags and is easier to hoist a suitcase into. Dubbed “Space Bins,” the new luggage compartments are available as an option...
  • Boeing lifts estimate of 20-year demand for jetliners to $5.2 trillion

    Boeing lifts estimate of 20-year demand for jetliners to $5.2 trillion
    Anticipating a growing role for low-cost airlines in commercial aviation, Boeing Co. upped its long-term forecast of worldwide demand for aircraft by 4.2% to more than 36,700 new planes. Deliveries of new aircraft could total $5.2 trillion over the next...
  • Northrop favors California over Florida for building bomber

    Northrop favors California over Florida for building bomber
    Florida's hopes of becoming the manufacturing site for the stealth bomber of the future appear to have been dashed by California, though the Sunshine State may still capture a share of the multibillion-dollar business. Northrop Grumman Corp. has decided...
  • Mind the gap in trade finance if U.S. export lender closes

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Private sector trade finance has not fully recovered from its financial-crisis collapse, and it is not clear it could fill the gap if the U.S. state-run export lender closes. Conservative U.S. lawmakers are clamoring to shutter the...
  • White House holds summit on work-life balance

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration Monday hosted its first White House Summit on Working Families, part of a national dialogue about how to update workplace policies for modern families that is already reshaping wage and work laws across the country....
  • Un viaje a Seattle, la joya del Pacífico americano

    Le dicen "la ciudad esmeralda", y no necesariamente porque evoque a la mítica tierra de Oz, sino por la continua lluvia que mantiene las áreas verdes de Seattle en ese color. Pero cuando se trata de elogios, se puede ir más allá de los atributos...
  • Happy 85th birthday, Delta: Museum reopens to tell airline's story

    It was wheels up Tuesday on the renovated Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, an attraction dedicated to telling the story of how a rural crop-dusting operation in the South became the modern-day Delta Air Lines. The carrier operated its first passenger...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...
  • Note to Congress: Protect the Export-Import Bank and U.S. jobs

    Note to Congress: Protect the Export-Import Bank and U.S. jobs
    To paraphrase Winston Churchill, a taxpayer-funded American bank that helps multinational companies like Boeing and GE is the worst form of export policy — except for all the others. We're stretching the statesman's point about the imperfect...
  • Regulators OK longer version of Boeing 787 Dreamliner

    Regulators OK longer version of Boeing 787 Dreamliner
    Boeing Co said on Monday that regulators have certified the 787-9 Dreamliner, clearing the way for the new, stretched jet's on-time arrival to its first customer, Air New Zealand, possibly later this month. Approval by the U.S. Federal Aviation...