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|52-week range||126.31 - 246.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||29.03|
|Dividend & yield||5.68 (2.39%)|
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With all of the rocket, missile and spacecraft development activity happening in Central Florida, high-tech and advanced manufacturing jobs are not in short supply. Nearly three times a month, rockets are blasting off from Florida's Space Coast and more companies are wising up to the idea of either building rockets here or refurbishing them for launch again — saving time and money. Check out the slideshow to see what several space-related companies do in Central Florida.
The runway numbers at Boeing Field changed Thursday for the first time in 50 years after the Earth’s magnetic poles shifted slightly, King County officials say. The Federal Aviation Administration-assigned numbers at Seattle's second-busiest airport (officially called King County International Airport) have changed from 13R/31L for the main runway to 14R/32L, while utility runway 13L/31R is changing to 14L/32R. King County Department of Transportation spokesman Brent Champaco offered a science lesson to explain why airport runway numbers are linked to the Earth's magnetic field.