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Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

US planemaker Boeing was already expected to report massive losses. But its second-quarter financial results have painted a bleaker picture than most analysts were prepared for. That's as the COVID-19 pandemic put more pressure on the company already dealing with the fallout from two crashes of its 737-MAX aircraft. Paolo Montecillo has more. For more, we were joined by George Hamlin. He's the president of Hamlin Transportation Consulting in Stephens City, Virginia. #Boeing #Planemaker #737MAX

Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe? We ask aviation experts if the planes should’ve been grounded sooner

Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe? We ask aviation experts if the planes should’ve been grounded sooner

Boeing 737 MAX back in sky after 20-month ban

Boeing 737 MAX back in sky after 20-month ban

US aviation regulator begins crucial 737 MAX test flights

US aviation regulator begins crucial 737 MAX test flights

Boeing 737 Max grounded but should it have been in the air in the first place?

Boeing 737 Max grounded but should it have been in the air in the first place?

Mystery millionaire pays $28M to fly into space with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos | Money Talks

Mystery millionaire pays $28M to fly into space with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos | Money Talks

UK hospitality sector struggles to fill thousands of jobs | Money Talks

UK hospitality sector struggles to fill thousands of jobs | Money Talks

Chinese hesitant to have kids due to high financial costs | Money Talks

Chinese hesitant to have kids due to high financial costs | Money Talks

Israeli parliament approves new coalition government | Money Talks

Israeli parliament approves new coalition government | Money Talks

G7 Leaders agree on infrastructure projects to rival China's Belt and Road initiative | Money Talks

G7 Leaders agree on infrastructure projects to rival China's Belt and Road initiative | Money Talks

Lebanon's medicine shortage exacerbated by reduced subsidies | Money Talks

Lebanon's medicine shortage exacerbated by reduced subsidies | Money Talks

Non-profit group trains favela residents for e-sports world | Money Talks

Non-profit group trains favela residents for e-sports world | Money Talks

Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to borrow $16.4B in 2021 | Money Talks

Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to borrow $16.4B in 2021 | Money Talks

UN: Pandemic forces millions of children into the workforce | Money Talks

UN: Pandemic forces millions of children into the workforce | Money Talks

UK govt's plan to reduce emissions threatens classic cars | Money Talks

UK govt's plan to reduce emissions threatens classic cars | Money Talks

France allows indoor dining as infection rate slows | Money Talks

France allows indoor dining as infection rate slows | Money Talks

Global population projected to hit 10 billion by 2057 | Money Talks

Global population projected to hit 10 billion by 2057 | Money Talks

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