Boeing Co., the world’s largest planemaker, is in talks with several potential buyers for its KC-46A aerial refueling tanker as it aims to make the aircraft available for export one year ahead of its 2018 target.
Let the geeks, and we use the term endearingly, argue over the changes Apple Inc. announced this week to its mobile operating system. Our focus is on something more prosaic: an advertisement -- and what that ad says about the state of U.S. manufacturing.
Rain Commodities Ltd., the world’s second-largest producer of calcined petroleum coke used to make aluminum, will miss its own profit forecast as a slide in prices of the metal prompts smelters to scale back output.
Daimler AG will skip traditional summer breaks at most of its car factories with models like the revamped Mercedes-Benz E-Class keeping assembly lines busy even as European auto demand slides to a 20-year low.
Boeing Co. expects governments combating pirates and drug runners on the open seas will create a new market for long-range patrol jets, boosting demand 50 percent higher than the U.S. military’s purchases.
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney kept the main interest rate unchanged in his final announcement and reiterated tighter policy may be needed after “a period of time” as the economic expansion progresses.