Boeing Chief Defends 737 MAX Design Work

CHICAGOBoeing Co. Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg rejected criticism of how the plane maker designed a 737 MAX flight-control system that accident investigators have implicated in two fatal crashes of the jetliner. Responding to questions from shareholder…

CHICAGOBoeing Co. Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg rejected criticism of how the plane maker designed a 737 MAX flight-control system that accident investigators have implicated in two fatal crashes of the jetliner.
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