Jan 13, 2020 · Boeing's former CEO Dennis Muilenburg, who was fired in December in the aftermath of 737 Max crisis, is set to receive an $80 million package consisting of his pre-existing benefits.
Dec 23, 2019 · Boeing CEO resigns 02:33. ... Calhoun says he strongly believes in the future of Boeing and the 737 Max. ... the former CEO of Continental Airlines, will become non-executive chairman of the board
Dec 29, 2020 · American Airlines is set to operate the first U.S. commercial flight of Boeing’s 737 Max on Tuesday after nearly two years of grounding following two deadly crashes. Gordon Bethune, former CEO ...
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Dec 23, 2019 · Boeing's CEO is out amid ongoing problems over the troubled 737 Max. The Chicago-based company called it a resignation, but its language in a news release said otherwise.
Feb 09, 2021 · Boeing Co. directors, including current Chief Executive Officer David Calhoun, lied about the company’s oversight of its 737 Max 8 airliner and participated in a misleading public-relations ...
President and Chief Executive Officer: Conrad Chun : Vice President, Communications: Joelle Denney: Vice President, Human Resources: Padraic Fennelly : Vice President and Assistant General Counsel: Pradeep Fernandes : Vice President, Strategy: Mike Fleming: Vice President, 737 MAX Return to Service, Commercial Customer Support and Commercial ...
Dec 24, 2019 · From the beginning of the 737 Max crisis, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg acted cluelessly about how much trouble the company faced. Monday, that cost Muilenburg his job.
Jan 08, 2021 · It has led to billions in losses and resulted in the ouster of former CEO Dennis Muilenburg in December 2019. Read More News on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft makers 737 MAX american airlines boeing justice department investigation
May 16, 2019 · The worldwide grounding of the 737 Max, Boeing's best-selling product, ... former Continental Airlines CEO Lawrence Kellner and ex-Aetna boss Ronald Williams.
May 20, 2019 · By the time Dennis Muilenburg became CEO in 2016, the 737 Max was already fully developed, and Muilenburg did not come from Boeing’s commercial airplane division. With McNerney long gone, the board needs to accept its responsibility for the 737 Max debacle.