When a hardware glitch in Utah delayed flights from Atlanta to New York to Dallas–Fort Worth last week, meeting professionals got another snapshot of their vulnerability to infrastructure problems that are outside their control but that have the potential to throw months of planning into disarray. The Wall Street Journal reported that problems began around 5 a.m. Thursday when a Federal Aviation Authority computer began sending out misinformation about pilots’ flight paths and, in some ...

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