Boeing earnings come up short for second time in five years
25 April 2019 | 3:30 pm
Boeing shares closed slightly higher despite missing estimates for the second time in five years and abandoning its 2019 forecast, all turbulence caused by the 737 Max crisis. Bloomberg’s Justin Bachman reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
19 Feb 2020
Boeing said Tuesday that it found debris contaminating the fuel tanks of some 737 Max jets that it built in the past year but was unable to deliver to airline customers.
29 Jun 2020
The fourth-generation of Boeing's best-selling plane has been grounded globally since March 2019 after two fatal crashes. A certification flight test is a key step in the plane's return to service.
2 Sep 2020
As the world ground to halt and people stayed home, Zoom's video conferencing service boomed. Second-quarter growth raised the company’s value above well-established global brands.
17 Nov 2020
The Boeing airliner, which has been grounded since March 2019, could see its reintroduction into passenger service as soon as the end of the year. Andreas Spaeth investigates if this is really a realistic scenario.
19 Nov 2020
Boeing's 737 Max has been grounded since March 2019 following two catastrophic crashes. It is now set to fly again, after US aviation regulators cleared it following a safety review.
22 Nov 2020
US regulators have cleared Boeing's 737 MAX to return to service. The fleet has been grounded around the world since March 2019 following two deadly crashes involving the model. Some 346 people lost their lives in the accidents in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
10 Dec 2020
More than 20 months after it was grounded following two deadly crashes, Boeing's 737 MAX returned to the skies Wednesday with an incident-free commercial flight in Brazil.
24 Dec 2020
A fresh round of tests on the Max 737 airliner was flawed, claims a US Senate committee report. It accuses Boeing of "inappropriately" influencing pilots during testing of the plane, redesigned after two deadly crashes.
28 Dec 2020
Air Canada pilots reported the problem while test-flying Boeing's troubled jet. It's the latest setback for the model, which had been banned following two deadly crashes.
30 Dec 2020
The American Airlines flight was the first commercial flight in the US since Max was grounded in March 2019. Two plane crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia meant authorities barred the plane from taking to the skies.
31 Dec 2020
Boeing 737 Max Completes 1st U.S. Commercial Flight Since It Was Grounded An American Airlines 737 Max took off from Miami on Tuesday morning, heading to New York's LaGuardia Airport with paying customers aboard, the first for the troubled aircraft model since early 2019.
31 Dec 2020
The new tariffs apply to European products including wine and aircraft manufacturing parts. The move comes as part of an ongoing dispute between the US and EU over civil aviation subsidies.
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Nigerian entrepreneur Mustapha Gajibo has been converting petrol mini-buses into electric vehicles at his workshop, but he is now going a step further to build battery-powered buses from scratch in a push to promote clean energy and curb pollution.
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On May 9, Russians mark the defeat of Nazi Germany. But this year, Latvia has banned celebrations on that day, in light of the war in Ukraine. DW's Juri Rescheto went to Latvia's majority Russian-speaking city of Daugavpils to find out how that's going down.
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For years, the US has been arming and training Ukraine's army. But recent reports claim American intelligence is now helping deliver major blows to the Russian military. Could this heat up the Ukraine conflict further?
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An Alabama ban on the provision of gender-affirming medication for minors has been blocked by a federal judge. Transgender rights have become a bone of contention for right-wing Republicans.
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The war in Ukraine is having a drastic impact on Africa. Prices for wheat, gas and gasoline are at record highs. Crisis regions could see things get worse than they already are.
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The Ukrainian resistance in Irpin played a key role in holding off the Russian advance on the capital Kyiv during the first few weeks of the war. But the middle-class commuter town paid a heavy price. More than 300 civilians were killed and tens of thousands fled. Now, more than a month after the Russian withdrawal, residents are beginning to return to try to rebuild their lives. Reconstruction is slowly getting under way, but an estimated €800 million is needed to build new homes. FRANCE 24's Nadia Massih, Bastien Renouil and Raïd Abu Zaideh report from Irpin.