Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Tim Logan Globe Staff August 01, 2018 One of the biggest names in aerospace is coming to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s front door.Boeing Co. has agreed to lease about 100,000 square feet in a new office building MIT is planning next to the MBTA station on Main Street in Kendall Square. It will be the local home of the company’s newly purchased subsidiary, Aurora Flight Sciences — which develops technology for unmanned aircraft — and serve as a new Aerospace and Autonomy Center for the plane manufacturer. The deal makes Boeing the latest big name to come to Cambridge’s Kendall Square, where tech and life sciences companies have in recent years flocked to fill new buildings. It also reflects a growing interplay between MIT and the companies doing business near it. Advertisement Boeing will occupy about one-third of a … [Read more...] about Boeing will lease 100,000 square feet in new Kendall Square building
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By Chris Haire | [email protected] | Long Beach Press-TelegramPUBLISHED: July 15, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: July 17, 2018 at 2:12 pm Steve Haney is the attorney for Roderick Marshall and five others in a series of racial discrimination cases against Boeing. Marshal won his case July 5. (Courtesy) Attorney Steve Haney with his lawfirm partner Gregory Young. Haney represents Roderick Marshall and five others in a series of racial discrimination cases against Boeing. Marshal won his case July 5. (Courtesy) Boeing Co. pledged $300 million Wednesday for employee training, improved workplace infrastructure and corporate giving, crediting the tax cuts. (AP Photo/Maye-E Wong, file) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsShow Caption of Expand One day last year, Roderick Marshall sat at a workroom table in the Boeing Co.’s El Segundo facility — eyeing one of his co-workers. The co-worker, who is white, fiddled with a strand of rope, Marshall said. Then, he tossed it to Marshall. … [Read more...] about Boeing employee wins racial harassment, discrimination lawsuit against company, which has 5 lawsuits on the way
By 2020, Boeing will shift 2,500 jobs away from the Huntington Beach facility with 1,600 heading to Los Angeles County. (Photo by Reed Saxon, The Associated Press) In 2007, Boeing's Huntington Beach facility helped design the head shield for NASA's Orion spacecraft, as seen here in a rendering. Rendering courtesy of NASA. Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Technicians at the Boeing Huntington Beach, Calif., plant prepare to move the completed S0 (starboard zero) truss in May1999 before shipping to Huntsville, Ala. for further work and checkouts. An unarmed Minuteman III missile lifts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base. The guidance and control system of the missile was developed at what would become Boeing's Anaheim facility. Engineers at Boeing's Huntington Beach facility worked on Orbital Express, a satellite that will service other satellites in orbit. An employee at Boeing's Huntington Beach plant works on a main passageway for the … [Read more...] about Boeing to shift 2,400 jobs away from Huntington Beach facility by 2020
Sure, you own a 20,000-square-foot megamansion after cashing in on that IPO. Now you need to decorate it. How about these one-of-a-kind objets d’art? There’s a nearly-life-size model of a Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 turbofan jet engine, the type that powers the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Even at 90 percent scale, it comes in at about 10 feet in a diameter. The blades even spin after you plug it into an electric outlet. That’ll impress guests at your next party. Or a 40-to-50-foot nose from a Boeing 727. And 10-foot-high landing gear from a Boeing 777, with twin tires each a little under 4 feet in diameter. Those are the big, big airplane parts available for the discerning collector in this unusual liquidation. And you might have them for $1 each, although there is a hitch: The cost of hauling them away. For that, prepare to spend a few tens of thousands of dollars. The smaller items, like a 5-foot “Magic Planet interactive,” that projects with a special lens into a … [Read more...] about Looking to decorate your home? How about the nose of a Boeing 727 or a landing gear?