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Walking into Quiltique is a bit like walking into a quilting fantasy land. If you've never been, the 6,400-square-foot shop is stocked with fabric squares of all colors and patterns, many of which rest inside white cabinets. Little gifts are
A longtime deacon at a Fullerton church was charged Friday with possessing child pornography, Baltimore County police said...Joseph's Catholic Church on Belair Road, was arrested at his Nottingham home at 7:45 a.m. Police searched Albaugh's Treadway
15:28 PM PST Throughout his career in golf, Glen Albaugh has seemed to be in the right place at the time. For the now 81-year-old Albaugh, who'll be one of those honored at tonight's annual California Golf Writers and Broadcasters Association banquet
Gene Albaugh served as Nevada County Administrator for 12 years and Nevada City Administrator for 3 years...File Photo Western Nevada County has lost one of its luminaries . Gene Albaugh, 79, passed away Sunday morning surrounded by family members
The head of Boeing's commercial airplane global sales and customer support, Raymond Conner, is the new president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Conner, 57, replaces Jim Albaugh, 62, who has announced his retirement from the company on Oct. 1.
The head of Boeing's commercial airplanes division is retiring. Jim Albaugh has run the biggest division at Boeing for almost three years. He was brought in at a time when its expensive new plane, the 787, was struggling with delays. The 787 has now
Executives need to finish an engineering review before deciding when to present the two initiatives to the board, and Boeing won't announce a new model at next month's Farnborough air show, Commercial Airplanes President Jim Albaugh said Monday.
Boeing expects to reach a cumulative total of 1,000 orders for the revamped 737 MAX aircraft by the end of the year and will defend a 50 percent share of the market for such narrowbody jets against European rival Airbus , the company's chief
The CEO of the firm's commercial aeroplanes division says the UK needs a clear industrial strategy. Photograph: Anthony Bolante/Reuters A Boeing boss has warned that the UK is under-investing in technology and failing to map out a cogent industrial
The Boeing Co. has a problem that every company wants and no company wants: too much work. It will take employees seven years to work off the company's backlog of commercial jet orders. That's "just too much," Jim Albaugh, president of Commercial