Speakers from Boeing, Blue Origin and Zunum Aero are set for Women in Aerospace conference

Speakers from Boeing, Blue Origin and Zunum Aero are set for Women in Aerospace conference

The Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance event allows Washington aerospace’s leading women to gather and share the latest market intelligence, their perspectives about trends and get some speed mentoring.

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Norwegian Air Shuttle shifts orders for Boeing 787 Dreamliners to Chinese leasing giant

Norwegian Air Shuttle shifts orders for Boeing 787 Dreamliners to Chinese leasing giant

Low cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle has quietly shuffled orders for six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to Chinese airplane leasing giant BOC Aviation. The transfer of the airplane order, worth $1.69 billion at list prices, became apparent after Boeing released its jet orders data for March. Boeing’s data shows Norwegian had six fewer orders for the widebody jet in its backlog than previously reported, while Bank of China-owned BOC Aviation was identified as placing a new order for six Dreamliners. Norwegian…

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?Facebook to hire chip designers as focus shifts to AI

?Facebook to hire chip designers as focus shifts to AI

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made AI a centerpiece of his efforts to clamp down on fake news and other abuses on the network, most recently touting the technology when he faced questions on Capitol Hill last week over the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal. Along with its Oculus virtual reality headset, the move into AI underlines his company’s growing reliance on advanced silicon that is designed to handle far more data-intensive tasks.

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Workers at a second Burgerville will vote on unionization

Workers at a second Burgerville will vote on unionization

In response, the company says it respects the rights of its employees to support — or not support — the organization of a union.

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Exclusive: With 4 execs out this week, Nike clears way for more diverse leadership

Exclusive: With 4 execs out this week, Nike clears way for more diverse leadership

Yet another senior executive has left Nike, the company confirmed Wednesday. Greg Thompson, Nike’s vice president of footwear, becomes the fourth executive to exit this week in what appears to be a significant shakeup in senior management as the company works to address concerns about its corporate culture. Thompson had been with the company for decades. He follows Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion Antoine Andrews, and longtime Nike employees Vice President of Global Digital Brand Marketing…

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