The Delaware Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court’s ruling that Boeing Co. was responsible for $150 million in payments to workers who were laid off when the aircraft-maker sold off three manufacturing facilities in 2005.

Boeing had argued that Spirit AeroSystems Inc. had taken on responsibility for pension and retirement benefits owed to former Boeing employees who then went to work for Spirit when the Kansas-based manufacturer purchased the sites in Oklahoma and Kansas.

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