Boeing’s top sales official says demand for the company’s newest jetliners remains “very strong” despite slumping oil prices. Increasing demand from passengers is offsetting any hesitation among airlines to hold off on upgrading their fleets, Boeing senior vice president for global sales John Wojick told Reuters in an interview in Dublin, Ireland.
Boeing exec confident sales will hold up as oil prices slump: report
While it’s easy to see why the 17-year-old goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina was part of the opening 11, it’s harder to figure out Gaston Gimenez joined him in the lineup.
Officers were called Wednesday afternoon to the 200 block of West Division Street, Chicago police said.
Nothing stops the government from buying our personal information from third parties that get it from the big tech companies or elsewhere, sometimes without permission.
The first priority of organized labor, if they care about the health of their members, should be to find union-friendly ways to make vaccine mandates work.
Two architects who worked on the $660 million renovation — which won’t be paid off until 2032 — said only modest expansion is possible at the 61,500-seat stadium. And a retractable roof would be architecturally challenging, if not impossible.
The deaths bring to at least 19 the number of children 15 and younger who have been shot and killed this year in Chicago. That’s nearly double what it was at the beginning of summer.