2003 Top 100

4: Boeing Co.
Top 100 Revenue: $1,922,766,000
Defense Revenue: N/A
Civilian Revenue: N/A
2002 Revenue: $54 billion
2002 Earnings: $492 million
2001 Revenue: N/A
2001 Earnings: N/A
Number of employees: 163,500
Headquarters: Chicago
Website: www.boeing.com

Phil Condit, chairman and CEO

Jim Albaugh, president and CEO, Integrated Defense Systems; Rudy deLeon, senior vice president

Ticker: BA
Lines of business: Air traffic management, Boeing Capital Corp., commercial airplanes, Connexion by Boeing, and integrated defense systems
Major customers: Air Force; Navy and Department of Transportation
Major contracts/projects: Boeing was awarded three contracts under NASA''s In-Space Propulsion Technologies program for the development of advanced xenon ion propulsion technologies. The goal of the In-Space Propulsion Technologies program is to provide funding for the development of advanced propulsion technologies for use beyond Earth''s orbit. These technologies will reduce trip times, mass, and/or cost associated with NASA science missions to the outer planets, satellites, small bodies, and other solar system destinations.