Boeing delays 787 Dreamliner delivery date again -- The latest delay comes after an onboard fire forced the company to halt test flights in November. The US firm said its new scheduled gave it time "to produce, install and test updated software and new electrical power distribution panels".
Can Cook do Job's job?
Tim Cook, the man Apple CEO Steve Jobs trusts -- However, questions galore as to whether the man who smoothened out Apple's supply chain can replace visionary CEO Steve Jobs. CNN had reported in 2008 that when posed with a similar question, Cook had replied "Come on, replace Steve? No. He's irreplaceable, that's something people have to get over. I see Steve there with gray hair in his 70s, long after I'm retired."
Instead Of Player Pay Cuts, NFL Needs More Revenue Sharing -- In the labor battle between the NFL and the the NFL Players Association, the drum that gets banged the most by the players union is, "Show us your books." Commissioner Goodell said in a January letter to fans, "Yes, NFL players deserve to be paid well. Unfortunately, economic realities are forcing everyone to make tough choices and the NFL is no different."
Five Things To Watch For During Chinese President Hu Jintao's Visit To Washington -- Chinese President Hu Jintao arrives in Washington Tuesday evening for a high-profile, three-day visit that U.S. officials consider extraordinarily important, even by diplomatic standards. Within the last week alone at least three Cabinet secretaries have delivered remarks devoted to U.S.-China relations. For days the capital has been abuzz with discussions about the significance of the event, a meeting of the major powers of the 21st century.
- Sheena Moore