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  1. Boeing wins air show overshadowed by incognito jet orders
    Boeing claimed victory on Thursday after outselling rival Airbus at this week's Farnborough Airshow, where the world's largest planemakers repeated last year's comparable tally of around 900 firm and draft orders with the help of leasing industry...
  2. Aviation industry urged to hire more women as staff shortages loom
    Executives from top aerospace and aviation companies called on Thursday for stepped-up efforts to attract more women, saying this could help solve looming shortages of pilots, mechanics and top managers in the traditionally male-dominated sector.
  3. France's Dassault calls for UK-EU to agree post-Brexit ties quickly
    The head of France's Dassault Aviation urged Britain and the European Union to settle differences over the UK's departure from the bloc and define a new partnership as quickly as possible to avoid hurting hundreds of suppliers.
  4. U.S. weekly jobless claims hit more than 48-and-a-half-year low
    The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to a more than 48-1/2-year low last week as the labor market strengthens further, but trade tensions are casting a shadow over the economy's outlook.
  5. Car share operators jump in as Paris Autolib scheme withers
    A string of private car-share operators are revving up business in Paris as the pioneering city-run Autolib scheme comes to an end and city authorities promote car sharing over private ownership.
  6. Wall Street dips on weak earnings, strong dollar
    U.S. stocks fell on Thursday after a slew of weak quarterly reports dampened hopes of a robust earnings season, with a strengthening dollar and trade tensions also weighing on.
  7. Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets
    Comcast Corp dropped its $66 billion bid for Twenty-First Century Fox Inc's entertainment assets on Thursday but said it would still try to buy European broadcaster Sky Plc to increase its international footprint.
  8. Exclusive: Britain pulls back on security endorsement of China's Huawei - sources
    Senior British security officials say they can give only limited assurances that Chinese firm Huawei's UK operations pose no threat to national security, downgrading their previous position, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
  9. Huawei 'shortcomings' expose new security risks in UK telecom networks - government report
    Problems with products made by China's Huawei Technologies have exposed new security risks in Britain's telecommunications network, a UK government report said on Thursday.
  10. Boeing sees foreign orders making 40 percent of defense sales in a decade
    U.S. aerospace giant Boeing Co could generate more than 40 percent of its defence sales from international customers in a decade, the head of international sales told Reuters.

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