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A Boeing employee called Lion Air, the airline in the first 737 Max crash, ‘idiots’ for asking to have its pilots trained in flying the pl...
The messages were part of documents released by Boeing that showed employees talking about concerns with the 737 Max but still pushing its production.
Another Boeing supplier is laying off workers over the 737 Max production halt, days after ousted CEO Dennis Muilenburg got a $62 million payout
GE Aviation said Monday that it plans to cut 70 temporary jobs at its plant in Bromont, Canada, which helps build 737 Max engines.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says Boeing’s 737 Max disaster could erase half a point from GDP this year — and economists fear worse
The Trump administration official still expects GDP to grow 2.5% through the year, while economists surveyed by Bloomberg project a 1.8% gain.
Boeing’s fired CEO got his $62 million payout confirmed the same day 2,800 people in the 737 Max supply chain were laid off
Boeing spelled out its large pay package for Dennis Muilenburg on Friday. Meanwhile, Kansas-based supplier Spirit AeroSystems made huge redundancies.
Photos show why Boeing had to stop production of its grounded 737 Max and its supplier was forced to layoff thousands of employees
Boeing has hundreds of 737 Max airplanes in storage, and the company decided making more while then the FAA says they can't fly is no longer tenable.
8 months before the first 737 Max crash, 2 Boeing employees talked about how they wouldn’t let their families fly on the plane
Reuters obtained a Boeing internal communication on Thursday between two employees worried about the safety of the 737 Max.
The lawyer who shaped Boeing’s response to the 737 Max crisis announced his retirement just 3 days after CEO Dennis Muilenburg was fired
Boeing's handling of legal elements of the 737 Max crisis has been subject to sharp criticism, including from Congress.
Boeing’s CEO Dennis Muilenburg has been fired as the company continues to battle fallout from its 737 Max crisis
The 737 Max has been grounded around the world since March after the second of two deadly crashes involving the plane.
Boeing is suspending production of the 737 Max nine months into the aircraft's grounding, the latest setback in a rolling crisis around the plane.
The model is Boeing's best-selling plane, and the production cut will hit GDP growth by lowering the company's inventory expansion, JPMorgan said.