Has This Company's Luck Turned?

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Boeing (NYS: BA) was on an order hot streak in 2011, with a multibillion-dollar order seemingly every month. But Boeing's issue has never been securing the orders, but rather building and delivering the planes in a reasonable amount of time. To that end, Boeing recently announced that it will not hit its delivery goal for the year. How much does this hurt the aerospace giant, and what does it mean going forward?

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