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Kevin McAllister ousted as boss of Boeing Commercial Airplanes as 737 MAX crisis continues

Seattle Times Tuesday, 22 October 2019 ()
The Boeing board decided Monday to fire Kevin McAllister, CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, the first executive head to roll as a result of the ongoing 737 MAX crisis. McAllister was replaced immediately by Stan Deal, chief executive of Boeing's services division and formerly a longtime executive within the commercial jet division.
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Even though Boeing is still dealing with the fallout from its two fatal crashes and reported a big miss in its quarterly earnings, the company still expects regulatory approval for the 737 Max jet by the end of this year.

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