With Boeing's 787 Dreamliner planes still grounded around the world, analysts are asking how much money the company stands to lose. In the worst case scenario, the company could lose nearly $5 billion in expected revenue, though the eventual outcome will probably be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
At the helm of the company is C.E.O. James McNerney who came to Boeing in 2005 after plans for the Dreamliner were already in place. Carol Hymowitz has been covering Boeing for Bloomberg News, where she's the editor-at-large.