Plunging European stocks, wobbly bonds and grave concerns about the health of Portuguese lender Banco Esp�rito Santo SA made last week feel like a rerun of the euro crisis, but most investors say it was no more than a blip for a resurgent region.
Boeing Co. and Airbus Group NV are vying to squeeze more people into single-aisle jets, the workhorses of the global fleet, as low-cost carriers continue to gain ground globally.
At the Farnborough Air Show that opens Monday outside London, Boeing will hold a steady hand while most eyes will be on Airbus, seeking clues to the big strategic decisions it must make on its widebody jets.
United Farm Workers join Teamsters as they picket Green Fleet Systems in Carson on Monday. Truckers picketed several trucking companies and shipping terminals at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, claiming they are treated unfairly and are ...
... * Exec says fault not to do with low pressure turbine. * Relatively minor adjustment needed for seals in oil system. * Sees orders this year rising to about 6,000 after air show (Adds more comments on fault, F-35, order expectations).