Boeing's Margins Hit By 787

Investor's Business Daily
April 2015
Investors Business Daily;4/23/2015, pA01
8 The aerospace giant's Q1 EPS rose 12% to $1.97, beating by 16 cents. Revenue rose 8% to $22.15 bil, below views for $22.5 bil. Commercial aircraft sales jumped 21% to $15.4 bil, while military aircraft sales fell 21% to $2.7 bil.


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