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Boeing Confirms New 787 Battery Incident

Boeing is confirming an incident with a battery on a Japan Airlines 787, in a reminder of the problems that grounded the plane for three months last year.

CBS Seattle–01/14/2014

The European aerospace conglomerate said Monday it delivered 626 planes last year, a company record but still 22 fewer than U.S. rival Boeing Co. (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Boeing Still Leads Airbus In Global Airline Market

After tallying a record number of airplane orders and deliveries last year, Airbus is admittedly facing a high bar in 2014.

01/13/2014

The New Boeing Dreamliner Touches Down At Manchester Airport

Boeing 787 Deliveries Beat Goal Last Year

Boeing delivered 65 of its 787s last year, even though deliveries were halted for a four months because of battery problems.

CBS Seattle–01/07/2014

The 777X will be built in the Puget Sound area by Boeing employees represented by the Machinists union. (Getty Images)

Boeing Machinists OK Contract Tied To 777X

After much soul searching by union members, the 8-year contract extension passed with just 51 percent voting yes.

01/04/2014

File photo of Boeing machinists. (credit: Robert Giroux/Getty Images)

Boeing Machinists Voting On Contract Tied To 777X

Boeing machinists will decide Friday whether to accept a contract that would concede some pension and health care benefits in order secure assembly of the company’s new 777X airplane in Washington state.

CBS Seattle–01/03/2014

File photo of an in-production Boeing 787. (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Some Workers Set To Reach $100K Pay In Boeing Deal

Some machinists in the Puget Sound region would likely see their annual base salaries top $100,000 in the coming years under a proposed contract offer from Boeing Co.

CBS Seattle–01/02/2014

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Pension Holders Push Boeing Machinists Toward Deal

Six political leaders have urged machinists in the Puget Sound to accept a proposed contract from Boeing that moves them away from a fixed-payment pension plan — even though the officials have the same type of retirement package.

CBS Seattle–12/31/2013

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Boeing: Union Vote Will Decide Fate Of Jobs

Boeing Co. told political leaders in the Puget Sound on Monday that this week’s vote by Machinists will determine the fate of some jobs on the new 777X airplane.

CBS Seattle–12/30/2013

File photo of a Boeing airplane. (credit: ALEXANDER KLEIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Wash. Political Leaders To Tout Importance Of 777X

Local political leaders in Washington state are gathering to discuss the importance of the 777X airplane.

12/30/2013

file photo of Boeing factory in Everett (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Nader To Boeing: Squeezing Pensions Is ‘Unseemly’

In an open letter to Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, Ralph Nader said the company’s effort to squeeze worker pensions and pay is “unseemly.” He cited McNerney’s salary as one reason and the tax advantages the company is receiving as another.

CBS Seattle–12/27/2013

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