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Is Amazon's Jeff Bezos Helping Usher In The Next Space Race?
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Sunday, July 22, 2018 5:13 PM EDT
Blue Origin is a privately funded aerospace manufacturer and spaceflight service company based in Kent, Washington, and is the brainchild of Amazon AMZN​ CEO Jeff Bezos. Founded in 2000, the company aims to take private consumers to space.
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E Drones Vs. Balloons
Article By: Mauro Solis
Friday, January 19, 2018 6:14 AM EDT
Only half of the world population has access to the internet, but a leap forward in the number of users may be imminent thanks to drone and balloon initiatives. This growth will change the dynamics of the industry.
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Boeing Rival Airbus Steps Into C Series Fight With Bombardier
Article By: The Fly
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 2:37 PM EDT
Shares of Boeing are in focus in morning trading after rival Airbus announced plans to buy a majority stake in Bombardier's C-Series jet program.
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Airbus, Bombardier Announce C Series Partnership
Article By: The Fly
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 11:13 AM EDT
Airbus and Bombardier are to become partners on the C Series aircraft program. A corresponding agreement was signed today.
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Boeing And Airbus Battling For Billions In Iran
Article By: Global Economic Intersection
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 5:21 AM EDT
Recently Boeing announced its second major airliner sale to Iran since the Shah era. The company signed a tentative agreement with Iran Aseman Airlines to sell 30 Boeing 737 Max aircraft in a deal valued at $3 billion.
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Drones Vs. Balloons
Craig Newman 1/20/2018 8:30:05 PM

But can they even afford smart-phones to use the internet? Plus, the cheapest in-app purchase I've ever seen is 99 cents. Practically free for Americans, but not for people living up $2.50 per day. I still don't see how these companies can make money off this. Especially #Airbus. At least #Google and #Facebook can make some profits on increased advertising. Please enlighten me.


Drones Vs. Balloons
Angry Old Lady 1/19/2018 2:23:25 PM

Smart how these companies are finding innovative ways of expanding their customer base under the guise of helping people. This should certainly help their bottom line. $GOOGL $FB $EADSY

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