787 timetable looks uncertain following latest setback

06/24/2009 | USA Today · Wall Street Journal, The · NYTimes.com · TheStreet.com

Wall Street shaved 6.5% off Boeing Co.'s market value on Tuesday after the company announced an unspecified delay in flight-testing the 787 Dreamliner due to concerns over two-inch stress points where the wings join the fuselage. Analysts said there was "no way" Boeing could make its goal of delivering the first 787s in March of next year, as more issues are likely to emerge once the plane gets off the ground.

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