Boeing CEO is virtually dismissed due to lack of response to defective machine `` 737 MAX ''
On December 23, 2019, Denise Mulenberg, CEO of Boeing , the world's largest aerospace equipment development and manufacturing company, resigned. The New York Times reports that the resignation was a virtual 'dismissal' following a failure to respond to the defective Boeing 737 MAX, which caused two crashes.
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According to the New York Times, the Boeing Board unanimously decided to dismiss Mulenberg CEO shortly after the mission of the new Starship liner, which the company was responsible for, failed. The starliner launched on December 20, 2019 failed the main purpose of the mission `` docking with the International Space Station '', the cause has been found to be `` the aircraft time setting was incorrect '' .
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The 737 MAX killed 346 people in total, including the crash of Lion Air 610 in October 2018 and the crash of Ethiopian Airlines 302 in March 2019. Investigations conducted after the accident pointed out that the 737 MAX had a 'system problem'.
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The issue was also whistle-blowing, stating that 'the Boeing's own corporate culture has created it.'
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On December 17, 2019, Boeing decided to discontinue production of the 737 MAX due to the lack of prospects for a Federal Aviation Administration operation permit. The discontinuation is expected to affect the hiring of approximately 8,000 companies in the 737 MAX supply chain .
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