Aviation

October 16, 2010 12:00 AM

Boeing seeks info in whistleblower suit

The Boeing Co. has asked a federal judge to force former workers who alleged in a lawsuit that the company's planes were unsafe to produce all their communications with journalists, particularly recent contacts with Arabic television station Al-Jazeera.

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