China Eastern 737-800 Crash Probably a Pilot Nosedive. Boeing stock market.

Text size A passenger stands inside a terminal in front of a China Eastern plane at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in Shanghai. Qilai Shen / Bloomberg Boeing shares rose on news that the tragic crash of a 737-800 driven by China Eastern Airlines probably was not caused by a flight error. The Wall Street Journal, … Read more

What to Know About the Boeing 737 Crash in China

Text size Rescuers head to the site of a plane crash in southern China on March 22, 2022. STR / AFP via Getty Images A Boeing 737-800 carrying 132 passengers and crew members crashed in southern China on Monday. As investigators continue to try to uncover how the crash occurred, investors need to keep a … Read more

Boeing Stock: What Wall Street Is Saying After the China Plane Crash

Text size The Boeing logo Scott Olson / Getty Images A China Eastern Airlines 737-800 tragically crashed Monday, sending shares of Boeing lower. Wall Street is hopeful that Monday’s crash was not a MAX-like issue, but analysts want to see investigation results before making any bold predictions. Wall Street is still gathering facts. Melius Research … Read more

China Eastern Airlines Crash: No Survivors Found at Guangxi Site

They collected identification cards and a wallet, among other items that may have belonged to the passengers, footage from state broadcaster China Central Television showed on Tuesday. Scraps and broken components from the plane scattered on dirt paths and amid fallen branches, according to a video by the Chinese Communist Party’s flagship publication People’s Daily. … Read more

The Boeing 737 Crash Isn’t Worrying the Market. How We Know.

Text size A China Eastern Airlines Corp. passenger aircraft at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Qilai Shen / Bloomberg A plane crash in China has clearly shaken investor confidence Boeing . Shares dropped. But the rest of the aerospace supply chain is holding up better, which could mean the crash won’t drag down the industry like … Read more

Former Boeing Pilot to Face Fewer Charges as Judge Trims Criminal Case

A federal judge dismissed part of the criminal case against a former Boeing Co. BA 1.88% pilot accused of misleading air-safety regulators about faulty software that played a significant role in two deadly 737 MAX crashes. U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor on Tuesday found that part of the indictment against Mark Forkner, who has left … Read more

More Than 100,000 People Without Power as Winter Storm Heads to Sea

More than 100,000 people were without power Saturday after a winter storm dropped snow and ice from Tennessee to New England. Cold temperatures settled in across the eastern half of the US on Saturday, with a gradual warm-up forecast for Sunday, according to the National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center. Areas hit by the storm … Read more

Subsequent winter snowstorm: ‘This will be one that people remember’

The remnants of the severe winter storm that overwhelmed New England with heavy snow and hurricane-force gusts remained in Canada on Sunday morning, leaving a trail of power outages in the coastal areas of Massachusetts. The damage did not appear to be extensive for a storm of this magnitude because people were mostly off the … Read more

Winter Snowstorm Aftermath: A Sunday Digging Out

The remnants of the severe winter storm that overwhelmed New England with heavy snow and hurricane-force gusts lingered Sunday morning in Canada, leaving a trail of power outages in the coastal areas of Massachusetts. Damage did not appear to be extensive for a storm of such magnitude because people were mostly off the roads during … Read more

Slash on the New, Drama-Free Guns N’ Roses

LOS ANGELES—At the peak of Guns N’ Roses mania, lead guitarist Slash was a train wreck within a train wreck. The band showed up late for concerts, night after night. A few times, fans rioted. Slash drank so much he was eventually given six weeks to live. He and Axl Rose fought and didn’t perform … Read more

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