U.S. regulators and their colleagues in other countries ordered the grounding of Boeing 787s on Thursday until they could determine what caused a new type of battery to fail on two planes in recent days, the New York Times reports. Boeing could end up with serious problems if it turns out the battery is a design flaw, aviation expert Michael Boyd told CNBC.
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