Thread regarding Boeing Co. layoffs

Divestiture also may be advantageous

the company's military and civilian aircraft enterprises remain divorced, each with distinctly separate engineering requirements, cost structures, and markets. Since no benefit can be derived from the combination, the company may elect to divest the civilian aircraft operation. With the proceeds, it might purchase another company that will benefit more from an association with the core business.

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Divestiture? Come on BDS has not won a single meaningful contract in over 30 years. I doubt BDS can survive on its own. Both sides need each other (BCA and BDS).

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Post ID: @ctkg+1dPmfKfW

Boeing Is Number One!!!
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Post ID: @2lmf+1dPmfKfW

Gosh Oh Gee
If we could just get all of our allies to buy our
Flaming Molotov DĎŻathtrap Tanker we be in the money.
If we could sell a thousand of them we could break even
Then start making profit
If we could just make the Airbus A330 Multi Role Tanker to go away.

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Boeing Competency has Retired > out the door they went.

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Divestiture May Be Advantageous >>> To The Flying Public
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Post ID: @1dzv+1dPmfKfW

BDS Is a minor player in the defense industry. They were awarded the trainer and MQ 25 has consolation prizes for losing the F 35 and the stealth bomber, to keep them solvent. What keeps the company afloat is he fact the military doesn’t want to go to single source supplier. They rarely win anything substantial.

They are mismanaged as a business as bad as commercial as evident from the fact they rarely win a large contract and the military never trusts their bids as they have a history of always overrunning their bids, I.e the Air Force tanker.

I’m sure commercial would love to sell but no defense is shrinking and no one has that cash to buy them.

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