Boeing: Far from Satisfied

After meeting with Air Force leaders on Mar. 7, Boeing executives are weighing a formal protest of the refueling tanker contract lost to Northrop/EADS

An hours-long meeting on Mar. 7 with Air Force officials has not calmed the waters with Boeing over the military's controversial decision to award a U.S.-European consortium a lucrative $35 billion contract for refueling tanker aircraft. Boeing (BA) executives said they are "seriously considering" filing a formal protest—an attempt to overturn the decision.

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