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A Kansas federal judge ruled Friday that Boeing Co. must face claims that the company’s treatment of workers’ benefits after it sold a Kansas plant to Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in 2005 violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, and Boeing cannot hold five separate trials to resolve the allegations.
The National Defense Authorization Act won’t include a U.S. Senate-backed provision that would have barred ZTE Corp. from buying American components, according to a series of public statements issued Friday from a bipartisan group of lawmakers incensed about the turnaround.
A former federal contractor pled guilty in Washington, D.C., federal court to lying about carrying out work on federal background checks used to determine security clearances, the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Thursday.
Online attackers have breached Singapore's largest health care database and have stolen personal records belonging to about 1.5 million people, in a haul that included a list of the prime minister's medications, officials said Friday.
Airbus is reportedly taking another stab at selling PFW Aerospace, German home shopping network HSE24 is getting ready to go public, and Apollo Global Management is in serious discussions to buy hospital operator LifePoint Health.