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The 3,125 professional staff at the Warton and Samlesbury sites held an informal vote to decide whether to accept the three per cent offer from the aircraft maker's management.
In a world where Google knows your shopping habits and police use mobile phones to pinpoint locations of emergency calls, how can a wide-body Boeing 777 fall off the grid? The silencing of most communications from Flight 370 exposes how easily the voice, radar and satellite links in a modern plane can be disabled.
On March 14 Textron announced that the acquisition of Beechcraft Corporation was closed and Cessna and Beechcraft would form the new Textron Aviation division.
General Electric will probably be named preferred bidder to supply 465 diesel locomotives to South Africa's state-owned Transnet SOC as part of a $3.2 billion investment, according people familiar with the matter.
Too cold to ride? You've already brushed your horse and cleaned your tack? Maybe sit down at your computer for a few minutes and help in the search for Malaysian airlines missing plane.
Bombardier shares could be on the upswing after months of decline as a result of lengthy delays in the CSeries commercial jet program and weak earnings results, according to industry observers.
NASA has exercised a $22 million, one-year extension option for a contract with Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems of Houston to provide support to International Space Station activities at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Lockheed Martin, the world's biggest defense company, did something unusual this week.
People are using satellite images like this one to search for the missing Malaysian Jetliner, which disappeared on March 7. Image uploaded March 14, 2014.
Few CEOs would want Mary Barra 's job right now. The company she leads, General Motors, is just five years out from bankruptcy and a government bailout.
General Electric plans to seek as much as $3.5 billion in the initial public offering of its North American consumer-lending business, now called Synchrony Financial, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Inky black seas and a few white caps ... and maybe a ship. Over the last few days, I've participated in the crowdsourcing effort to find Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 via Tomnod, the imagery platform acquired by DigitalGlobe last year.
In a meeting with investors and analysts today, United Technologies Corp. reaffirmed its expectation for 2014 earnings per share of $6.55 to $6.85, on sales of approximately $64 billion.
General Electric Co's credit card unit filed for an initial public offering, the first step in the conglomerate's planned exit from the retail finance business.
General Electric is moving ahead with plans to spin off its North American consumer lending unit, saying that it will complete an initial public offering for the business later this year.