OFFICIAL: Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Resigns

Announced December 23rd 2019

Announced today that Boeing’s Board of Directors has named current Chairman, David L. Calhoun, as Chief Executive Officer and President, effective January 13, 2020.

The Company also announced that Dennis A. Muilenburg has resigned from his positions as Chief Executive Officer

In the press release, Mr. Calhoun stated:

"I strongly believe in the future of Boeing and the 737 MAX. I am honored to lead this great company and the 150,000 dedicated employees who are working hard to create the future of aviation."

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I miss the days when William Boeing was the CEO.

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Shame he resigned.

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Maybe I don’t miss him…

In 1934, the United States government accused William Boeing of monopolistic practices. The same year, the Air Mail Act forced airplane companies to separate flight operations from development and manufacturing. William Boeing divested himself of ownership as his holding company, United Aircraft and Transport Corporation, broke into three separate entities:

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Do you think it was
He resigned?
Or
Resign or we fire you?

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He couldn’t have been fired, so I think he resigned.

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Yeah I dont see how a CEO can be fired

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I think He was probably fired. Just a reminder:

Just because someone is a CEO doesn’t mean they have order and control over their company.

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That’s true that’s why companies have boards of executives

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I heard from my dad, hopefully the new CEO can order the 737 Max to return flying

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