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European regulators demand changes to 737 Max autopilot

It's not just American officials who think Boeing's 737 Max software needs more polish. A Bloomberg source said that the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has told Boeing to make five..
engadget - Published

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the opening bell
Here is what you need to know. 1. *The US and China have struck a trade-war truce*. Donald Trump and Xi Jinping reached a deal on Saturday that avoids further tariff hikes and eases trade..
Business Insider - Published

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Jim Cramer: Here's What Investors Need to Know About Boeing [Video]Jim Cramer: Here's What Investors Need to Know About Boeing

Boeing is back in the headlines. The Department of Justice is reportedly looking into the production of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. The Dreamliner's production takes place at Boeing's South Carolina..

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Boeing outsourced 737 Max software [Video]Boeing outsourced 737 Max software

Boeing outsourced some of its 737 Max testing and development to low-paid temp workers, Bloomberg reported.

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Boeing Outsourced 737 Max Software [Video]Boeing Outsourced 737 Max Software

Boeing outsourced some of its 737 Max testing and development to low-paid temp workers, Bloomberg reported. Longtime engineers said it was a cost-cutting tactic. Engineers said the code was "not done..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:32Published

Report: Low-paid temp workers, recent college grads tested Boeing 737 Max software [Video]Report: Low-paid temp workers, recent college grads tested Boeing 737 Max software

The Department of Justice is expanding the scope of its investigation into Boeing from the 737 Max to the 787 Dreamliner.

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Report: Low-Paid Temp Workers, Recent College Grads Tested Boeing 737 Max Software [Video]Report: Low-Paid Temp Workers, Recent College Grads Tested Boeing 737 Max Software

The Department of Justice is expanding the scope of its investigation into Boeing from the 737 Max to the 787 Dreamliner. Now, Boeing engineers are reporting another miscalculation inside the..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:47Published

Boeing says 737 MAX software fix for new flaw won't be ready until September [Video]Boeing says 737 MAX software fix for new flaw won't be ready until September

According to a report by Reuters, Boeing said that it will take until at least September to fix a newly identified problem on its grounded 737 MAX, delaying the jet's return to service until October at..

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Boeing Says 737 MAX Software Fix For New Flaw Won't Be Ready Until September [Video]Boeing Says 737 MAX Software Fix For New Flaw Won't Be Ready Until September

According to a report by Reuters, Boeing said that it will take until at least September to fix a newly identified problem on its grounded 737 MAX, delaying the jet's return to service until October at..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:40Published

Wait for Blue Skies Before Investing in Boeing [Video]Wait for Blue Skies Before Investing in Boeing

Real Money Stock of the Day Boeing once again made headlines after news broke that the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration found another issue with the 737 MAX software. The "potential risk" will..

Credit: The Street     Duration: 01:29Published

Shares of Boeing Remain Grounded [Video]Shares of Boeing Remain Grounded

Boeing is Real Money's Stock of the Day. Shares of the industrial giant are trading lower this morning after the Federal Aviation Administration said it found yet another issue with the plane maker's..

Credit: The Street     Duration: 01:43Published

Report: FAA May Have Found New Issue In Boeing's 737 Max Plane [Video]Report: FAA May Have Found New Issue In Boeing's 737 Max Plane

​During tests of Boeing's new 737 Max software, pilots reportedly encountered a microprocessor failure that could push the plane's nose down.

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Boeing 737 MAX jets require up to 150 hours of work before flying again [Video]Boeing 737 MAX jets require up to 150 hours of work before flying again

Reuters reports that once regulators approve Boeing grounded 737 MAX jets for flight, each aircraft will require between 100 and 150 hours of preparation before flying. This estimate was provided by by..

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Boeing 737 MAX Jets Require Up To 150 Hours Of Work Before Flying Again [Video]Boeing 737 MAX Jets Require Up To 150 Hours Of Work Before Flying Again

Reuters reports that once regulators approve Boeing grounded 737 MAX jets for flight, each aircraft will require between 100 and 150 hours of preparation before flying. This estimate was provided by by..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 01:04Published

 

New software glitch found in Boeing's troubled 737 Max jet

A new software problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane's nose down automatically, and fixing the flaw is almost certain to further delay the plane's return to..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Stocks mostly rise as investors push to break losing streak

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks moved broadly higher in early trading on Wall Street Thursday as investors pushed to break a four-day losing streak. The broader market has been having a wobbly week so far,..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Nearly half of Americans say they won't fly on Boeing's embattled 737 Max plane until it safely returns to service for at least six months (BA)

nearly half of americans say they won't fly on boeing's embattled 737 max plane until it safely returns to service for at least six months (ba)
** · *Some 41% of Americans say Boeing's 737 Max plane will need to safely return to service for six months before they'll consider flying on the plane.* · *The aircraft remains grounded..
Business Insider - Published

'Aggressive and riskier' A.I. — and bureaucracy — caused the Boeing crashes, report says

A new report from the New York Times details a bureaucratic mess, caused by the overhauling of an A.I. system, that it says is responsible for the two fatal Boeing 737 Max 8 crashes in Oct. 2018 and..
Mashable - Published

Boeing left engineers, pilots, and regulators in the dark about a late-stage overhaul to 737 Max software responsible for two fatal crashes, says report

boeing left engineers, pilots, and regulators in the dark about a late-stage overhaul to 737 max software responsible for two fatal crashes, says report
· *A New York Times report Saturday found that Boeing kept key stakeholders in the dark as it rushed to overhaul the 737 Max software responsible for two fatal crashes.* · *According to the report,..
Business Insider - Published

Boeing CEO on 737 Max software implementation: "We did not do it correctly"

In an exclusive interview with incoming "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg acknowledged that the company incorrectly implemented the software on its 737 Max 8 jets..
CBS News - Published

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, UBER, AMZN, NVDA, PINS, BA)

Here is what you need to know.  1. *China threatens to cut off trade talks, pressuring stocks.* "If there is no real concrete action by the United States, it will be meaningless for you to come and..
Business Insider - Published

Boeing Announces Completion Of 737 MAX Software Fix After Two Crashes In One Year

'Getting it right'
Daily Caller - Published

Boeing says 737 Max software update is ready

The next major step is a certification flight with FAA representatives, but it hasn't yet been scheduled
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Boeing Completes 737 MAX Software Update, Working on Pilot Training Plan

Boeing Co said on Thursday it had completed a software update for its 737 MAX jets, which have been grounded worldwide since March after they were involved in two fatal crashes. The planemaker said it..
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Boeing says 737 Max software is fixed, now it's up to the FAA

The software fix was needed to allay concerns that figured in the crashes of two of the jetliners.
USATODAY.com - Published

Boeing says development of 737 Max software fix is complete; stock rises


MarketWatch - Published

FAA chief concerned that Boeing took a year to disclose 737 Max software problems

Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell tells a House panel he is fixing disclosure issue
USATODAY.com - Published

FAA Acting Chief: Agency Directly Involved in 737 Max Software Oversight

U.S. aviation regulators were directly involved in approving the flight-control system implicated in two fatal crashes on Boeing Co.'s 737 Max, even though some aspects of the approval were delegated..
Newsmax - Published

Why it's taking Boeing so long to fix the 737 Max software linked to deadly crashes


DallasNews - Published

Boeing chief says flight tests on 737 MAX software fix are advancing

Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg said Thursday company test pilots have already flown 96 flights totaling 159 hours with an updated software fix installed on the 737 MAX, and will soon also..
Seattle Times - Published

Boeing CEO says 96 test flights completed with 737 MAX software fix


SeekingAlpha - Published

Boeing to fix deadly 737 Max software, but is that enough for passengers?

Boeing, the American aircraft maker of the 737 Max 8 planes involved in two fatal crashes in a five-month period, is hustling to salvage its reputation so passengers and air carriers will fly on those..
Mashable - Published

Samsung Galaxy S10+ can be tricked by a 3D-printed fingerprint

Samsung's ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner can apparently be fooled by using a 3D-printed fingerprint.  If you have the phone owner's fingerprint and access to fairly inexpensive 3D..
Mashable - Published

Ethiopian Airlines pilots reportedly followed Boeing's emergency procedures before crash

New information on a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia may undermine Boeing's claims about a suspect piece of software on its new 737 Max jets. Reports say the Ethiopian Airlines pilots turned off the..
CBS News - Published

It May Take Weeks Before Boeing Finishes 737 Max Software Fixes

Last week, Boeing said software fixes for its troubled 737 Max airplanes were finished and ready to go. But now the company says more time is needed to make sure the fixes are done right.
NPR - Published

Boeing's 737 Max update is still 'weeks' away from FAA approval

It's going to be a long while before the FAA officially approves Boeing's 737 Max software update. The regulator said it expected the update to arrive in the "coming weeks," as Boeing needed extra time..
engadget - Published

FAA says Boeing needs more time on 737 MAX software fix

The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday said that the Boeing Co. needs more time to finish up its software enhancements for the troubled 737 MAX.  The FAA said that it expects Boeing’s (NYSE:..
bizjournals - Published

Boeing 737 Max Software Fix And Report On Fatal Crash Expected This Week

Authorities in Ethiopia are preparing prepare to release preliminary findings on the cause of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet that killed all 157 people on board.
NPR - Published

Boeing is reportedly close to completing its 737 Max software update (BA)

boeing is reportedly close to completing its 737 max software update (ba)
** · *Boeing is nearly finished with a software update for its 737 Max aircraft, The Seattle Times reports.* · *Airlines are reportedly able to order the update, which Boeing will give to them..
Business Insider - Published

Boeing has 737 MAX software fix ready for airlines as DOT launches new scrutiny of entire FAA certification process

Boeing said Monday it has finalized the proposed software update for its 737 MAX flight control system and has invited airlines to order it even before it’s formally approved by the Federal Aviation..
Seattle Times - Published

Boeing's 737 Max crisis could have a bigger effect on the US economy than the government shutdown (BA)

boeing's 737 max crisis could have a bigger effect on the us economy than the government shutdown (ba)
· *Boeing is facing its worst crisis in years after two of its 737 Max planes crashed within five months.* · *As the plane remains grounded in most of the world, some airlines are beginning to..
Business Insider - Published

737 MAX software patch nearing completion?


SeekingAlpha - Published

Boeing to Mandate Safety Alert in 737 MAX Software Upgrade

Boeing Co. will mandate a previously optional cockpit warning light as part of a forthcoming software update to the 737 MAX fleet that was grounded in the wake of two fatal crashes, two officials..
Newsmax - Published

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