Boeing Chairman praises Muilenburg, signals he will stay
New York, Nov 5 (AFP) Boeing's chairman on Tuesday gave an enthusiastic vote of public confidence in Dennis Muilenburg amid calls in Congress for the embattled Boeing chief executive to resign after two deadly crashes.
Calhoun said Muilenburg had asked not to receive a bonus for 2019 after lawmakers lambasted Muilenburg over pay at a Capitol Hill hearing last week. (AFP) MRJ
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