Bezos' Blue Origin Rebuffed in Contract Protest

A federal agency upheld the decision to make Elon Musk’s SpaceX the sole winner of a contract to develop a lander for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s return to the moon, a setback to Jeff Bezos’ space enterprise. The decision Friday

China, India Move Troops to Border in Largest Buildup in Decades

NEW DELHI—China and India have sent tens of thousands of soldiers and advanced military equipment to their disputed border, as troop deployments in the region reach the highest level in decades. The People’s Liberation Army has gradually increased its troop presence, mostly

Boeing Names GE Veteran Brian West as CFO

Boeing Co. named Brian West, a veteran of the aircraft-engine maker General Electric Co. , as its next chief financial officer. Mr. West will succeed Greg Smith, the plane maker’s current CFO who is set to retire in July after serving as

Boeing's Air Force One Jets Could Arrive a Year Late

Boeing Co. BA 0.04% has estimated the new Air Force One jets it is building may arrive a year late and cost taxpayers more than planned, a top Pentagon official said. The aerospace giant has proposed handing over the two new presidential