Boeing Co. (BA - Get Report) shares were up 0.5% to $202.46 in early afternoon trading Friday after the company announced that it delivered 183 planes in the second quarter, 16 fewer than the 199 it delivered in the year-ago period.
The company delivered 123 of its single-aisle 737 planes, down from the 127 it delivered last year. Deliveries of the company's 787 planes fell to 33 from 38 a year ago.
The company announced that it booked 212 plane orders in the quarter and it was able to sell one of its 737 Max jets, an update to its most popular jetliner, the 737.
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The biggest deal-maker around strikes again: Berkshire Hathaway Energy, a division of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., (BRK.A - Get Report) (BRK.B - Get Report) , confirmed Friday that it will purchase Oncor Electric Delivery Co. LLC in a deal that values the bankrupt unit's equity at $11.25 billion. "Oncor is an excellent fit for Berkshire Hathaway, and we are pleased to make another long-term investment in Texas - when we invest in Texas, we invest big!", Buffett said in a statement. "Oncor is a great company with similar values and outstanding assets."
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Who cares, Elon: Tesla (TSLA - Get Report) agreed to build the world's largest lithium-ion battery park in South Australia on Friday, signing off on a deal to finish the installation within 100 days or give it away for free. Failure to deliver the project on time would cost his company about $50 million, said CEO Elon Musk, though neither the state government nor Tesla released details of the contract.
Qualcomm battle with Apple gets even nastier: Qualcomm (QCOM - Get Report) added a couple of unexpected wrinkles into its legal salvo with Apple (AAPL - Get Report) , TheStreet's tech columnit Eric Jhonsa says. One of these wrinkles aims to neutralize some of the legal arguments Apple, as well as certain regulators, have been making against Qualcomm. The other, says Jhonsa, aims to both lower the odds of a political intervention in Apple's favor, as well as boost Qualcomm's near-term chip sales at Intel Corp.'s (INTC - Get Report) expense.
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