Boeing CEO resigns after two deadly Max 737 crashes

CATHY BUSSEWITZ AP Business Writer Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg resigned Monday with no end in sight to the crisis that has engulfed the manufacturer and its Max 737 jetliner. The company's board said a change in leadership was needed to restore confidence in Boeing as it works to repair relationships with regulators and others in the wake of two Max 737 crashes that killed 346 people in all. The Max was grounded worldwide after the two disasters — one in October 2018 off the coast of Indonesia, the other in 2019 in Ethiopia. Boeing has come under fierce criticism on Capitol Hill and elsewhere over the design and rollout of the aircraft and has been unable to get approval from regulators to put the plane back in the air. Last week, in another blow to a company long seen as a stalwa
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