LaHood, Conner, Nance's Own Words on Boeing 787

Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) -– U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, Ray Conner, president of Boeing Co.'s Commercial Airplanes Group, and John Nance, an ABC News analyst and former commercial airline pilot, offer their views on electrical issues experienced with Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner and the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to ground the aircraft. This report also contains comments from Mary Schiavo, an attorney at Motley Rice LLC and a former inspector general at the Department of Transportation; Japan Vice Transport Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama; Richard Aboulafia, an aviation Consultant with Teal Group, and Peter Huijbers, regional head of commercial at Hong Kong Aviation Capital. (Source: Bloomberg)

Has Apple's iPhone SE 'Gamble' Paid Off?
39:35 - Apple Inc.’s lower-cost iPhone SE is gaining more traction than expected with users, tempering a sales decline and soothing investors’ concerns about growth. The $399 handset garnered a healthy dose of criticism when it was unveiled in March. It was still too expensive to be attractive in emerging markets, and had the potential to reduce profitability in developed economies because customers would prefer it to more expensive, higher-margin models, nay-saying analysts said at the time. Bloomberg's Nate Lanxon discusses with "On the Move" hosts Anna Edwards in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin.
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