Boeing Scrubs Launch of CST-100 Starliner

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Aug.03 — Boeing had to scrub the  ST-100 Starliner’s planned launch from Florida because of “unexpected valve position indications” in its propulsion system. Lisa Rich, the CEO of Xplore, is on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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