If an empty 787 Dreamliner catches fire, does Boeing stock get pounded?

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Jul 12, 2013
An Ethiopian Airlines 787 Dreamliner was sitting empty on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport in London, minding its own business, when it caught fire.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner returns to the skies

May 20, 2013
Four months after being grounded for safety inspections, Boeing's 787 Dreamliner flew safely from Houston to Chicago today.

Boeing's Dreamliner will soon be back in the air

Apr 26, 2013
Japan has given the green light to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. Japans two biggest airlines, Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, may resume flying the aircraft, which has been grounded since January.

FAA backs plan to end Boeing's 787 Dreamliner nightmare

Mar 13, 2013
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Boeing's plans for new safety tests that could get its troubled 787 Dreamliner back in the air as early as this spring.

Boeing to FAA: Let us fly

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Feb 22, 2013
Boeing meets with the Federal Aviation Administration on Friday to hash out when it might get its grounded fleet of 787’s back in the air.

Boeing remains upbeat about Dreamliner's future

Feb 6, 2013
Boeing remains upbeat about the Dreamliner's future and is confident that despite the safety scares, airlines won't be cancelling future orders for the aircraft.

Why are the Dreamliner's batteries malfunctioning?

Feb 1, 2013
Big battery packs are a balancing challenge -- if the cells work unevenly, one can overheat and burst into flames.

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Battery problems old news for Dreamliner

Jan 30, 2013
Boeing has apparently been aware of the problems with the troublesome lithium ion batteries on its 787 Dreamliner for some time.

Grounded Dreamliner could be Boeing's nightmare

Jan 17, 2013
Foreign regulators will follow the FAA's lead before letting new Boeing Dreamliners fly again.

Boeing Dreamliner problems could hinge on Japan

Jan 16, 2013
The FAA has grounded U.S.-registered Boeing Dreamliners until the planes pass a safety inspection, following a similar move in Japan Tuesday.