Boeing’s outlook and the unionization vote at its Charleston complex are among this week’s top quotes. So are opinions about Snapchat and climate change.
“It’s like, ‘We can’t save the patient, but we can put his head in a jar and hope future generations can revive him.’ ”
Aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia on the nearly $30 billion in 787 production costs Boeing projects will be recouped from future revenue.
“If politicians want to exhaust themselves debating the climate, that’s their choice. I have a farm to run.”
Doug Palen, a Kansas grain farmer who’s a climate-change realist who won’t utter the words “climate change.”
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Erik Gordon, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, on Snapchat’s reliance on users under the age of 25.
Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith, talking about the rising trend of government-sponsored cyberattacks.
A mechanic at Boeing’s South Carolina plant
who backed the Machinists and laments
employees’ overwhelming vote against unionizing.