Our recent post on the massive crisis at Boeing focused on the company’s refusal to ground its 737 Max airplanes after two had fatally crashed just months apart. A New York Times piece yesterday gives us additional insight (not positive) into the company’s response, as does a closer look at its statements early in the crisis.
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