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After 737 Max, Boeing Separates CEO, Chairman Jobs

October 12, 2019
Boeing Co.'s 737 Max crisis just had another impact on the aircraft maker -- its board opted to separate the jobs of chief executive officer and chairman. The company announced the move on Friday. CEO Dennis Muilenburg no longer is chairman of the board.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
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Durable Goods Orders Fall in September on Transportation

October 24, 2019
Orders for durable goods fell in September paced by declines in orders for transportation equipment.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media

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LIFT Receives $5 Million Department of Defense Grant To Expand “Operation Next” Across the Country

November 12, 2019
LIFT – Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow, announced today it received a $5 million grant to expand the program to nine additional military bases across the country over the next three years.
By LIFT Press Release
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Boeing CEO's Bad Month Reflects 737 Max Crisis

October 30, 2019
Dennis Muilenburg, the chief executive officer of Boeing Co., is concluding a bad month because of the 737 Max crisis.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
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Durable Goods Orders Fall in September on Transportation

October 24, 2019
Orders for durable goods fell in September paced by declines in orders for transportation equipment.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
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Boeing Earnings Plunge Amid 737 Problems

October 23, 2019
Boeing Co.’s third-quarter profit nosedived amid declining commercial aircraft deliveries as the company works to get the 737 Max back in the air.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
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After 737 Max, Boeing Separates CEO, Chairman Jobs

October 12, 2019
Boeing Co.'s 737 Max crisis just had another impact on the aircraft maker -- its board opted to separate the jobs of chief executive officer and chairman. The company announced the move on Friday. CEO Dennis Muilenburg no longer is chairman of the board.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
Larry Marchand

The Future Flight Path of Aerospace Technology

October 1, 2019
In today’s aerospace industry, manufacturers often feel bound to operate a certain way because it’s a tried-and-true, validated process or because the physics of aerospace dictate certain limitations on materials, systems and designs.
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By Larry Marchand Vice President, Sales Profile Division, United Grinding North America Inc.
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  • Larry Marchand
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    The Future Flight Path of Aerospace Technology

    October 1, 2019
    In today’s aerospace industry, manufacturers often feel bound to operate a certain way because it’s a tried-and-true, validated process or because the physics of aerospace dictate certain limitations on materials, systems and designs.
    By Larry Marchand - Vice President, Sales Profile Division, United Grinding North America Inc.
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    Making Metal Additive Manufacturing Faster

    September 12, 2019
    The aerospace and defense industry is leading the way in an exciting shift and step in the industrialization of additive manufacturing (AM) technology. The industry leaders historically responsible for driving the use and adoption of AM continue to make large investments in facilities, machines, technology and workforce to support their implementation strategies.
    By Aaron LaLonde - Director of Applications Engineering, SLM Solutions NA
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    Mobility’s Growing Need

    September 12, 2019
    A&D manufacturing is one of the most highly regulated industries, and for good reason: The FAA handles over 43,000 flights a day. Add in private jets and defense aircrafts, and we’re talking about the safety of millions of people daily. When manufacturers don’t comply with regulations, fines can be massive.
    By John O'Kelly - Founder and CEO, Newcastle Systems

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