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(Marketwatch)   Boeing stock comes in for a hard landing, skids 5%   (marketwatch.com) divider line 14
    More: Fail, Boeing, hard landing, Boeing stock, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Ethiopian Airlines, Dreamliner  
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372 clicks; posted to Business » on 13 Jul 2013 at 10:20 AM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-07-13 10:52:08 AM
The 787 is everyone's problem. That's because every time it goes up in the air, it's unsafe. I don't like it because it's dangerous.
 
2013-07-13 01:12:09 PM
the Ethiopia Air fire seems to be unrelated to the battery
 
2013-07-13 01:25:16 PM
It said the plane had been parked for eight hours before smoke was spotted and the incident was "not related to flight safety"

So, it was kitchen related?
 
2013-07-13 02:03:42 PM

Rapmaster2000: The 787 is everyone's problem. That's because every time it goes up in the air, it's unsafe. I don't like it because it's dangerous.


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2013-07-13 02:22:19 PM
Too soon
 
2013-07-13 02:27:24 PM
This is how the tiny minds of Wall Street work. It's pretty clear the airplane wasn't the problem in the Asiana crash, but here comes the knee-jerk reaction.
 
2013-07-13 02:33:27 PM

bingethinker: This is how the tiny minds of Wall Street work. It's pretty clear the airplane wasn't the problem in the Asiana crash, but here comes the knee-jerk reaction.


It was in reaction to the Ethiopia Air fire yesterday, not the Asiana crash a week ago.
 
2013-07-13 02:53:02 PM
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Boeing is cute. Sell. Sell. Sell.
 
2013-07-13 03:09:16 PM

The Bestest: bingethinker: This is how the tiny minds of Wall Street work. It's pretty clear the airplane wasn't the problem in the Asiana crash, but here comes the knee-jerk reaction.

It was in reaction to the Ethiopia Air fire yesterday, not the Asiana crash a week ago.


This is how my tiny mind works. Didn't read the article, had a knee-jerk reaction.
 
2013-07-13 03:58:39 PM
Good. Let 'em ALL sell their stock and I'll buy it up. Anyone dumping these shouldn't be an investor in the first place. There's been pill companies who've KILLED people that are still in business.
What? That's it for Boeing? They just gonna give it all up? Idiots.
Can't take the heat, don't invest.
This'll be fixed and I'll be rolling in the stock thanks to panicky investors who pull out at the first sign of trouble.
 
2013-07-13 04:28:49 PM
Looks like Boeing's continuing quest to become Toyota is having predicable results.
 
2013-07-13 05:33:03 PM

Zombie DJ: What? That's it for Boeing?


Or it could be a sign that Boeing is suffering long term rot as a result of McDonald management having taken over and operating the company as they did before their buyout.  Design work that should be going to capable Boeing engineers is being farmed out, as is build work.  What design work is being kept in house is being moved out of Seattle so they can crush SPEEA.  They're trying with the IAM, too, but those guys actually have a backbone.
 
2013-07-14 12:50:31 AM
Dinjiin wins
 
2013-07-14 05:20:05 PM
The SFO 777 "hard landing" (crash) nor the 787 Heathrow fire would discourage me from flying. I usually don't schedule trips based on what aircraft will be used, but at least in the case of the 777 SFO crash, I'm pretty impressed that it was as survivable as it was. If I'm flying somewhere I would feel pretty safe in a 777.
 
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