Boeing Executives Resign as Scrutiny and Quality Control Issues Plague the Company

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun to retire at the end of 2024.

Boeing is facing heightened scrutiny and quality control issues, prompting three top executives to leave the company. This includes chief executive Dave Calhoun, board chair Larry Kellner, and head of commercial airplanes Stan Deal. Calhoun will depart at the end of 2024, while Kellner will not stand for re-election at the upcoming shareholder meeting and Deal will retire effective Monday.

Calhoun, who had previously served on Boeing’s board of directors for 10 years before becoming chief executive in 2020, was known for his operational skills, communication style, and crisis management abilities. However, an incident involving an Alaska Airlines jet where a piece fell off midflight on January 5th brought to light issues with Boeing’s manufacturing and quality control processes. As a result, new leadership is needed to address these concerns.

As this is a developing story, updates on the situation will be provided as more information becomes available.

Boeing is facing heightened scrutiny and quality control issues, prompting three top executives to leave the company. This includes chief executive Dave Calhoun, board chair Larry Kellner, and head of commercial airplanes Stan Deal. Calhoun will depart at the end of 2024, while Kellner will not stand for re-election at the upcoming shareholder meeting and…

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