Boeing made its most significant management change in the wake of two deadly crashes involving 737 Max jets, The New York Times reports.
Kevin McAllister, who led Boeing’s commercial airplanes division, had faced criticism inside the company for his management and handling of airline relationships, prior to his firing.
A week ago, the company's board stripped CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his chairman title.
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