Boeing is fighting multiple battles on competitive, regulatory, political, legal, media, and internal issues across almost all of its product lines. Let’s examine some of the battles the company is currently fighting, and how they might impact the near-term and...
News: In recent weeks, Boeing has self-reported difficulties it discovered in quality control with the Boeing 787. Incredibly, the fourth area of concern has now been identified, involving shims in the vertical stabilizer, with a potential impact on about 900...
NEWS: Boeing Commercial Aircraft has been struggling over the last decade with multiple problems related to quality and safety. Both the 787 and 737 MAX were grounded for safety reasons, the company has consistently underestimated the time and costs of certification,...
News: David Calhoun, Boeing’s new CEO, made headlines last week in an interview with the New York Times in which he essentially threw former CEO Dennis Muilenburg under the bus. A number of highly critical statements were made about the former CEO, including “if...
News Wednesday, Boeing’s new CEO David Calhoun spoke with the press for about 50 minutes, a sharp contrast to his predecessor, who typically walked away from tough media questions without answering them. While this openness to the press is laudable, some of the...
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