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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBoeing CEO Dave Calhoun: We're taking dramatic actions to improve operationsCNBC’s Phil LeBeau and Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun join 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the company's quarterly earnings results, cash burn rate, changes in production and inspection process, the company's succession plans, state of FAA and NTSB investigations, and more.
Persons: Dave Calhoun, Phil LeBeau Organizations: Boeing, FAA, NTSB
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBoeing will have to give 'better pricing to the right people' to regain trust, says Oscar MunozOscar Munoz, former United Airlines chairman and CEO, and Jeff Guzzetti, former FAA accident investigation director, join CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss the fallout for Boeing, how the airline can regain trust, and more.
Persons: Oscar Munoz Oscar Munoz, Jeff Guzzetti, CNBC's Organizations: Boeing, United Airlines, FAA
Airlines must start providing passengers with automatic refunds when flights are delayed or canceled. New regulations announced Wednesday mean passengers can also get automatic refunds on delayed baggage. AdvertisementAirlines are to be required to provide passengers with "prompt" automatic refunds when their flights are delayed or canceled under a new rule from the Department of Transportation, announced on Wednesday. This includes domestic flights delayed by more than three hours and international flights delayed by more than six hours. AdvertisementMany passengers have previously spoken to Business Insider about their troubles getting compensation for delayed and canceled flights and lost luggage.
Persons: , they're, lockdowns Organizations: Service, Airlines, Department of Transportation, Boeing
The first rule requires airlines to be more transparent about extra fees. The second rule requires airlines to issue cash refunds automatically, rather than in response to customer requests. It will require that airlines list and explain all extra fees "clearly, conspicuously, and accurately" on their web platforms or when they provide fare prices offline. The new airline rules are the latest action in President Joe Biden's broader battle against what the White House calls "corporate rip-offs." "There are tens of billions of dollars in other junk fees across the economy, and I've directed my administration to reduce or eliminate them," Biden said in 2022.
Persons: Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Buttigieg, Joe Biden's, I've Organizations: Department of Transportation, Boeing, Alaska Airlines, United, White House Locations: Southwest
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWe expect Boeing to hit an all-time backlog order high this quarter, says Bert StubinBert Subin, Aerospace Analyst at Stifel, gives his expectations for Boeing's earnings report.
Persons: Bert Stubin Bert Subin Organizations: Boeing, Aerospace
An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked on the tarmac at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Washington, on March 21, 2019. Here is what Wall Street expects for Boeing for the period that ended March 31, according to estimates from LSEG:Loss per share: $1.76 adjusted$1.76 adjusted Revenue: $16.23 billionBoeing has been hamstrung in ramping up production, especially of its best-selling 737 Max planes. After the door plug blew out on the Alaska Airlines Max 9 on Jan. 5, the Federal Aviation Administration has barred Boeing from increasing output. Questions abound for Boeing's lame duck CEO Dave Calhoun, who announced in March that he would step down by year-end. Among those questions: When will Boeing stabilize its production line and increase production of the 737 Max and other planes?
Persons: Dave Calhoun, Max Organizations: Boeing, Max, Boeing Factory, Alaska Airlines Max, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA Locations: Renton , Washington
Boeing losses, problems continue to mount
  + stars: | 2024-04-24 | by ( Chris Isidore | )   time to read: +5 min
Boeing reported a core operating loss of $388 million, or $1.13 a share, from the $440 million it lost on that basis a year earlier. Plastic covers the exterior of the fuselage plug area of Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 where a door plug on the plane blew off on a January 5 flight. The incident has sparked new focus on problems with the safety and quality controls at Boeing. Boeing has had a string of losses and problems with its planes’ quality dating back at least five years. It also announced plans to increase production of the 737 Max throughout 2024 in order to return to sustained profitability.
Persons: , , Dave Calhoun, Max Organizations: New, New York CNN, Boeing, Revenue, Alaska Airlines, Alaska Airlines Boeing, Max, NTSB, Getty, Alaska Air, United Airlines, National Transportation Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration, Justice Department Locations: New York, Alaska, Tuesday’s
The airline topped the American Customer Satisfaction Index, despite its infamous panel blowout in January. Overall, US air travel customers were happier than last year with their experiences. The airline comfortably topped the annual American Customer Satisfaction Index with a score of 82, a one-point improvement compared to 2023. Allegiant registered a four-point rise in overall customer satisfaction, making it one of the fastest climbers this year. By collating this information, the American Customer Satisfaction Index says it provides a "definitive measure of passenger satisfaction."
Persons: , Allegiant, Max, Kyle Rinker, Jonathan W Organizations: Alaska Airlines, Service, American Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta, United Airlines, Boeing, Portland International, Johnson, International Air Transport Association Locations: Alaska
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBoeing reports better-than-feared quarter, says supply chain is stabilizing amid 737 Max crisisCNBC's Phil LeBeau joins 'Squawk Box' to report on the company's quarterly earnings results.
Persons: Phil LeBeau Organizations: Boeing
Airbnb – The vacation property rental platform added nearly 2% following an upgrade by Mizuho to buy from neutral. Visa — Shares of the payment company rose more than 2% after stronger than expected results for the second fiscal quarter. Texas Instruments posted $1.20 per share on $3.66 billion in revenue, beating analysts' projections of $1.07 and $3.61 billion, respectively, per LSEG. Mattel saw $810 million in revenue during the quarterly period, which was less than the consensus estimate of $832 million. Enphase said to expect second-quarter revenue between $290 million and $330 million, under the consensus forecast of $349 million.
Persons: Mizuho, Elon Musk, Tesla, LSEG, , Enphase, Alex Harring, Samantha Subin, Jesse Pound, Brian Evans, Yun Li, Sarah Min, Michelle Fox Theobald Organizations: Boeing —, Boeing, Mizuho, Summer Olympics, Visa —, Visa, Revenue, Texas, Sea, Capital, Mattel, LSEG, Enphase Energy
She considers herself a dividend income investor, looking for names that provide a healthy payout for her clients. Her portfolio typically generates a 5% dividend yield or better. Honeywell has a 6% five-year annual dividend growth rate, he said. Lastly, CME Group not only has a 2.2% dividend yield, it tends to pay a special dividend once a year that's posted strong growth, he said. CME has five-year annual dividend growth of 15%, and a flawless balance sheet, he said.
Persons: Jenny Harrington, Kevin Simpson, Harrington, Simpson, Stocks, Kinder Morgan, Richard Kinder Organizations: Asset Management, Wealth, Merck, Verizon, SEC, Companies, Honeywell International, CME Group, Honeywell, Boeing, Group Locations: United States
Hilton Worldwide Holdings — The hotel stock climbed 4% on the back of strong first-quarter adjusted earnings and raised full-year guidance. Mattel saw $810 million in revenue during the quarterly period, which was less than the consensus estimate of $832 million. Adjusted earnings per share came in at 61 cents, beating analysts' expectations of 27 cents per share, according to LSEG. Revenue of $757 million was greater than the $739 million analysts anticipated. Sales of Biogen's Alzheimer's drug Leqembi came in at about $19 million for the quarter, surpassing the $11 million analysts had anticipated, per FactSet.
Persons: LSEG, Elon Musk, Tesla, Musk's, Hilton, Mattel, Enphase, Biogen, LSEG ., Leqembi, , Jesse Pound, Alex Harring, Michelle Fox, Lisa Han Organizations: Boeing, . Old Dominion, Hilton Worldwide Holdings, Texas, Mattel, LSEG, Hasbro, Enphase Energy, Dynamics —, Dynamics, Seagate Technology, Seagate Locations: FactSet, LSEG
In today's big story, we're looking at Tesla's earnings report and what comes next for the EV maker. The big storyTesla's turnaround planJADE GAO/AFP via Getty Images; Chelsea Jia Feng; BIBad news: Tesla's earnings report was worse than expected. AdvertisementPerhaps that's why Musk spent so much of the earnings call discussing autonomy and the progress made with Tesla's Full Self-Driving software . Musk told analysts on the earnings call that Tesla is the majority of his work . If investors vote against the package at Tesla's annual meeting in June, who knows where Musk — and his AI ambitions — will end up .
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Tokyo/Hong Kong CNN —Mitsuko Tottori admits Japan has much more to do to get people like her into the chief executive seat. Tottori was named as the first female president and chief executive of Japan Airlines (JAL) in January, crowning a career that began nearly 40 years ago when she joined the airline as a flight attendant. Tottori, pictured in 1985 using an in-flight phone, began her career as a cabin attendant at Japan Airlines. Japan Airlines' A350 airplane is on fire at Haneda international airport in Tokyo, Japan January 2, 2024. They really followed the instructions of the flight crew calmly, which I think was a big factor.
Persons: Mitsuko Tottori, , , Tottori, Issei Kato, Shukor Yusof, Seijiro Takeshita, , ” Takeshita, — CNN’s Junko Ogura, Mayumi Maruyama, Juliana Liu Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, Japan Airlines, JAL, , CNN, University of Tokyo, Women’s Junior College, Boeing, Airbus, Haneda, Endau, , Japan Inc, University of Shizuoka, ANA, All Nippon Airways Locations: Tokyo, Hong Kong, Japan, Tottori, “ Japan, Nagasaki, Haneda, Osaka, Asia, Myanmar, Fiji
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailYou need an engineer at the top of Boeing's management team, says BofA's Ron EpsteinRon Epstein, Bank of America Securities research analyst, joins 'Squawk Box' to break down Boeing's quarterly earnings results, questions over the company's next management team, and more.
Persons: Ron Epstein Ron Epstein Organizations: Bank of America Securities
The union says it is trying to appeal a decision not to change the performance evaluation of one of the workers. Boeing says the investigation was part of a confidential process and that the report could only be shared with the FAA. The complaint filed on behalf of the two engineers involves a different issue— the onboard computer networks on the planes. The union says Boeing managers “strongly objected” to rerunning calculations regarding the systems based on new assumptions, citing cost and production delays, but that Boeing ultimately agreed. Boeing re-did the required analysis,” the press release says.
Persons: , SPEEA, , Sam Salehpour, Rich Plunkett Organizations: CNN, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Society of Professional Engineering Employees, Aerospace, National Labor Relations, Boeing’s, FAA, ” Boeing, Strategic
Why Lee Munson says Boeing is a 'value trap'
  + stars: | 2024-04-23 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWhy Lee Munson says Boeing is a 'value trap'Lee Munson, president and CIO of Portfolio Wealth Advisors, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to breakdown earnings from Visa, Boeing, and Hilton.
Persons: Lee Munson, Hilton Organizations: Boeing, Wealth, Visa
Traders work on the floor during morning trading at the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 31, 2024. S&P 500 futures edged higher Tuesday night as investors parsed the latest financial releases from corporate America. Futures tied to the broad index advanced 0.1%, while Nasdaq 100 futures popped 0.4%. Tuesday marked a second straight winning day for the broad S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite , which continued recovering from their recent losing streaks. The blue-chip Dow closed the session more than 260 points higher, or nearly 0.7%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each gained more than 1%.
Persons: Tesla, Jay Hatfield Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, America, Futures, Nasdaq, Dow Jones Industrial, Visa, Texas Instruments, Dow, Infrastructure Capital Advisors, Wednesday, Boeing, Hasbro, Meta, Ford, IBM
Treasury yields dip: In addition to earnings, the other part of the market's gauntlet this week is a trio of huge Treasury auctions. The PMI data was softer than expected, confirming signs of the economic "brown shoots" that Jim Cramer has recently been flagging. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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CNN —Former JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes will join Airbus as the company’s North American leader. Airbus reported record annual jet orders in 2023, but in a statement Monday, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury hinted at plans for further expansion in North America. The announcement of Hayes’ Airbus appointment comes just over two months after he left JetBlue, which has a fleet of Airbus planes. “It’s time I put more focus on my health and well-being.”In a statement Monday, Hayes said he was excited and energized to join Airbus after taking time off. As chairman and CEO of the North American business, Hayes will lead Airbus’ commercial aircraft business and oversee the company’s helicopters and space and defense business in the region.
Persons: Robin Hayes, Hayes, Jeff Knittel, Guillaume Faury, Robin, Faury, , ” Hayes Organizations: CNN —, JetBlue, Airbus, Airbus Americas, Boeing, North Locations: North America
Boeing 787 Dreamliners are built at the aviation company's North Charleston, South Carolina, assembly plant on May 30, 2023. Boeing told employees on Monday that it expects a slower increase in production and deliveries of new 787 Dreamliner planes because of supplier shortages of "a few key parts." The company had separately been trying to boost output of 787 Dreamliners after quality problems suspended deliveries for nearly two years, ending in mid-2022. "To that end, we have shared with our customers that we expect a slower increase in our rate of production and deliveries," he wrote in the memo, reported earlier by Reuters, adding that the company still plans to increase the rate steadily because of high demand. Boeing reports quarterly results and will likely detail its production plans before the market opens on Wednesday.
Persons: Scott Stocker, Stocker Organizations: Boeing, Boeing's South, Reuters Locations: North Charleston , South Carolina, Boeing's, Boeing's South Carolina
Airlines capitalize on this trend with "stopover" programs, some even offering free hotels and food. Airlines have jumped on this growing trend with built-in "stopover" programs, which can come with free or discounted hotels, excursions, transportation, and food at the layover destination. Essentially, you can't intentionally book a longer layover to quality for the free stopover hotel. Massimo Insabato/Archivio Massimo Insabato/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty ImagesSingapore Airlines' stopover program is available via the multi-city tool, similar to other carriers, where travelers can add hotels, transfers, and activities. Urbanandsport/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesTurkish Airlines' stopover program gives economy travelers a one-night free hotel stay and business flyers a two-night free stay if the period between their connecting flights in Istanbul exceeds 20 hours.
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Tesla is set to report earnings after the bell. What history shows: Bespoke data shows Tesla beats earnings estimates 63% of the time. What history shows: Boeing shares have risen in four of the past five earnings days, Bespoke data shows. Meta Platforms is set to report earnings after the closing bell. What history shows: Microsoft earnings have beaten earnings estimates in six straight quarters, Bespoke data shows.
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What does the dollar rally mean internationally? The US Commerce Department releases March figures on new orders for durable goods. The US Commerce Department releases its first estimate of first-quarter gross domestic product. The US Labor Department reports the number of new applications for unemployment benefits in the week ended April 20. The US Commerce Department releases March figures on household spending, income and the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge.
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This lets the government tackle specific jobs and projects quickly without all the steps of regular government hiring and bureaucratic obstacles. Thomson ReutersThere are a wide range of large government contracting companies that the government regularly makes deals with. John Breth, 40, worked in government contracting roles for 12 years before starting his own contracting company. If awarded the contract, you have to meet specific requirements set by the government, which may involve getting clearances or certifications. Once you understand the landscape better, you'll be able to recognize which jobs you qualify for and define your path forward.
Persons: , Lockheed Martin, Lauren Irizarry, John Breth, Kevin Jennings, Jennings, you'll Organizations: Service, Department of Labor, Business, Raytheon, Thomson Reuters, Defense, Lockheed, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Judge, US Small Business Administration Locations: Woburn,
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