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New Boeing CEO Started As Intern And He's Not The Only One

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New Boeing CEO Started As Intern And He's Not The Only One
On July 1 Dennis A. Muilenberg, 51, will take over as CEO of $91 billion (revenues) aerospace giant Boeing Co., the company announced yesterday. An aeronautical engineer, he started at Boeing 30 years ago as an intern. After climbing up the corporate ladder and heading the defense and space businesses, [...] Read More >
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Boeing, McNerney, And The High Price Of Treating Aircraft Like It Was Any Other Industry
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Following Busy Offseason, 2015 New York Jets Tickets Up Less Than 2% On Secondary Market
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