Turbulence Ahead 

Boeing hasn't yet decided where it will build the 777X — either way, it has big ramifications for the Inland Northwest

Spokane County Commissioner Al French holds up his smartphone with a stock-market app showing Boeing's shares soaring. "If you were to do a three-year timeline, this thing looks like Mount Everest," French says. Boeing is posting record profits. It's the world's…

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