Essay about Boeing Company Analysis

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Boeing [pic] Presented by: Urvishkumar Patel Amitkumar Patel Bhavikkumar Patel Manojkumar Patel Vishal Patel Jonathan Mayes MG - 640 Management Policy Dr. Santanu Borah July 27, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 5 Company Overview 5 Boeing Commercial Airplanes 5 Boeing Integrated Defense Systems 6 Boeing Capital Corporation 6 Background 7 Sales/Operations 9 Constituent Contributions to Corporate Portfolio and Revenue 12 Market Share, Revenues, Income, Expenses and Stock Prices over Previous Five Years 14 Current Strategies (Corporate, Business, & Functional) 15 Core Competencies 18 The VRINE Model 19 COMPETITION 20 Core Competition 20 Competitive profiles 23…show more content…
IDS is also NASA's prime contractor for the International Space Station, supports the Space Shuttle program (a joint venture with Lockheed Martin), and makes information and communications satellite systems. The United States Department of Defense accounts for nearly 85% of IDS' sales. Boeing Capital Corporation Boeing Capital provides asset-backed leasing and lending services through two divisions: Aircraft Financial Services offers financing and leasing services for airlines and governmental customers interested in Boeing aircraft; Space & Defense Financial Services offers similar services for Boeing's Integrated Defense Systems customers. Until 2004 Boeing also provided financial services in non-aerospace areas, but it sold its commercial financing operations to General Electric for about $2 billion. Boeing Capital was founded in 1968 as McDonnell Douglas Finance, and changed its name when Boeing acquired McDonnell Douglas in 1997 (Boeing Capital). Background / Timeline with Facts and Figures Boeing’s origin dates to 1916 when the American timber merchant William E. Boeing founded Aero Products Company shortly after he and U.S. Navy officer Conrad Westervelt developed a single-engine, two-seat seaplane, the B&W. Renamed Boeing Airplane Company in 1917, the enterprise built “flying boats” for the Navy during World War
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