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Brooke Sutherland

Brooke Sutherland

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Plane Parts Are Falling From the Sky. Is Boeing to Blame?

It’s never helpful for the aviation community when fiery debris falls from the sky onto a large US c

A Year Into the Pandemic, Who Put Workers First?

“Judge companies on their virus response,” I wrote in April.

Private Jets Beat Out Commercial Cattle Class

Private jets have long been considered one of the ultimate status symbols.

Don't Wait to Book That Summer Trip

The long weekend around Martin Luther King Day in the US used to be one of the bright spots in an ot

The Year we Were Hot for Supercold Freezers

The pandemic has given many of us a new appreciation for things we took for granted before Covid-19:

Vaccine Supply Chains Bend But Don't Break

It’s been one terrible year, but it’s worth taking a moment to appreciate how corporate America has

Sorry, Boeing, the Yacht Had to Go

How tight is Boeing Co. on cash?

Boeing's 737 Max Gets Double Dose of Bad News

When it comes to Boeing Co.’s 737 Max, things can always get worse. On Thursday, American Airline

GE Is Still Haunted by a '$15 Billion Problem'

Try as it might, General Electric Co. can’t escape its past.

A Dark Time for Aviation Is About to Get Darker

After months of political wrangling and public pleas, US airlines are in serious jeopardy of going e

Manufacturing Recovery Is a Slow Game of Inches

Industrial companies, they’re just like us!

Earnings Will Be Ugly, But Look for This Surprise

Earnings season is upon us once again, and it’s going to be a particularly ugly one for manufacturer

Factory Workers Join Grocery Clerks on Virus Front Lines

With about 10 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits in the past two weeks, restaurants

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