Articles by Adam Levine-Weinberg
Airbus is falling short of its delivery targets, its profit and cash flow are under pressure, and customers are becoming fed up.
Nobody knows for sure -- but August is starting to look like a pretty good guess.
Demand for the electric-vehicle pioneer's products is cooling off. Yet there are two potential catalysts that could get Tesla moving in the right direction again.
British Airways already flies from London to more than two dozen destinations in the United States, but it's still finding plenty of new growth opportunities here.
While two of the aircraft have crashed in the past five months, the long-run impact on the aerospace company's financial performance is likely to be fairly small.
Airbus will stop building the A380 jumbo jet in 2021 -- which should boost demand for Boeing's new 777X aircraft family.
Boeing pulled in more orders than Airbus in 2018, and it got off to a better start in 2019, too.
Unit revenue growth accelerated last quarter for the two midsize airlines.
With oil demand growth slowing, it's entirely possible that U.S. production alone will increase more than global demand in the next few years.
Airbus has clinched more orders than Boeing in the past five years but the American manufacturer is fighting back in 2018.