Boeing CEO Out In Aftermath Of 737 Max Crisis | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

Boeing CEO Out In Aftermath Of 737 Max Crisis | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC 1


Dennis A. Muilenburg was fired as Boeing CEO on Monday, a week after the company announced it had suspended production of its troubled 737 Max airplanes. Muilenburg will be replaced by David Calhoun, who is Boeing's chairman. Aired on 12/23/19.
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27 Comments on "Boeing CEO Out In Aftermath Of 737 Max Crisis | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC"

  1. Good riddance. If you are in charge of many lives, you should do better. RIP to those who died.

    • Yes, no kidding. That plane is a danger to whomever flies on it and there is no explaining the deaths away. Good riddance.

  2. Dwain McWilliams | December 23, 2019 at 10:21 AM | Reply

    The only question left is how large his severance package will be. My estimate is that it will in the neighborhood of $300,000,000. Ah yeah baby. I can see him standing in the unemployment line filing for benefits after being wrongly terminated without cause.

  3. No shocker….

    Mainly lost revenue / profit is the reason, not lives.

  4. This guy was overdue for discharge! The 737 is a flying death trap.

    • Christopher Spavins | December 23, 2019 at 11:08 AM | Reply

      I knew two weeks ago after trying to book a flight out west and ticket price went 690 to 1100 in less than 30 hours. The algorithms were fed with the end of Max. Prices of tickets were up and now even more so. The plane is finished as a business model.

    • John Thomas What has THAT to do with the fact that the 737 is inherently unstable, because they economised rather than start from scratch, Mr obfuscation king???

    • @Genghis Smith The plane is infinitely more safe than your car. There is no way to change that, no emotional argument, no name calling, nothing. It had two accidents, both were easily mitigated by ten minutes of information and 15 minutes of training. It was not the airplane. It should not have happened.

    • John Thomas Sorry, might have gone a tad over the top with the name-calling 🤔

  5. Oh he got fired? With golden parachutes? Meanwhile how many died in Boe planes?

  6. NATIVE LATINOS Fook TRUMP | December 23, 2019 at 10:29 AM | Reply

    😶 choosing safety and money over people they should be ashamed

  7. They still have idiots building planes regardless of the finger pointing.

  8. Honestly people like him and his Boeing management should be in jail, 346 people died and they are responsible & accountable, especially they knew the problem & they didn’t do anything to stop it. Seriously how this isn’t a criminal investigation??? People in America political, FAA & judiciary system has failed, where is proper & fair justice for the 346 people’s family???

  9. People die and CEO’s just get replaced with no real consequence.. I don’t think Boeing will gain back people’s trust with this move..

  10. anyone involved in the certification of the 737MAX should go to jail.
    As minimum, I hope the families’ victims will sue Boeing for billions!

  11. Won’t bring back those who died due to these people’s greed and shortsightness.

    Safety should always come first. Not profit.

  12. The biggest tragedy was the people who were killed. The second tragedy with government subsidised Boeing is John Q Public, AKA the American taxpayer foots the billion dollar bill like they did with the sub-prime mortgage mess in 2008.

  13. Money over people..Still going on with the pharmaceutical company’s.
    When you become sick you realize that a persons life DOES have a price tag.

  14. SpeedbirdConcorde | December 23, 2019 at 11:20 AM | Reply

    When you have to pay extra for ‘safety options’ ?

  15. The Board needs to find someone to blame so they can tell their stockholders everything is fixed now. SOP.

  16. Boeing’s Board of Directors bordered him to resign, forcing him out. It’s the same as being fires. They told him to hit the road. I hope they didn’t give him a golden parachute.

  17. He should be in jail. Murderer

  18. This should happen to the Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s CEO………85 people died in a fire that PGE caused

  19. Boeing is done. They’re a danger to society. No one wants do do business with them or fly in their planes anymore. Ppl are terrified.

  20. White collar crime largely goes unpunished the world over, this being no exception. It would be interesting to see further down the track as to how it affects his career going forward (probably not at all).

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