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CMS Energy Corporation (NYSE:CMS) stock fell 0.56% to $26.80. CMS on Sept. 24 is stationing three new mobile storm units across Michigan to help crews restore power more quickly after damaging storms.
The 53-foot long box semi-trailers will be staffed during storm deployment by company storeroom personnel and are ready to roll out with short notice. The units are equipped with items most often needed for storm work: cross arms, insulators, coils of wire, hardware and other equipment.
Additionally, The Salvation Army on Sept. 23 has bestowed its highest national award for corporate citizenship to Consumers Energy for its 30-year leadership with the PeopleCare assistance program.
The Salvation Army's Western Michigan Northern Indiana Divisional Commander Major Thomas Bowers presented the William Booth Award at the organization's national advisory board conference last week in Grand Rapids. Major Bowers was assigned to Jackson in 1983 when PeopleCare was launched by Consumers Energy and The Salvation Army to help Michigan residents in need.
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The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) shares climbed 1.27% and closed at $119. Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the U.S. Air Force on Sept. 23 said they have completed the first unmanned QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target flight, demonstrating the next generation of combat training and testing.
Two U.S. Air Force test pilots in a ground control station remotely flew the QF-16, which is a retired F-16 jet modified to be an aerial target. The QF-16 mission profile included auto takeoff, a series of simulated maneuvers, supersonic flight, and an auto land, all without a pilot in the cockpit.
Additionally, the company on Sept. 24 said it has made performing routine maintenance and diagnosing aircraft issues faster and easier for airline technicians with a suite of new mobile applications for iPad. With the apps, technicians will have immediate access to manuals, part numbers and other critical information to resolve maintenance issues plane-side and collaborate with co-workers located elsewhere.
Moreover, Sterne Agee analyst Peter Arment on Sept. 16 reiterated a Buy rating on The Boeing Company and raised the price target from $120.00 to $164.00.
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