(Bloomberg) — Boeing Co. said another high-ranking executive working on the company’s response to the 737 Max crisis will step down.
Michael Luttig, 65, will retire at year-end, Boeing said in a statement Thursday, three days after the planemaker announced the departure of Dennis Muilenburg as chief executive officer. Luttig, the company’s former general counsel, was reassigned in May to advise Muilenburg and the board of directors on legal matters related to two deadly Max crashes.
Luttig’s departure adds to the management turmoil at Boeing as the nine-month grounding of the manufacturer’s best-selling jet drags on. David Calhoun, a board member who took over as chairman in October, will replace Muilenburg on Jan. 13. Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith is serving as interim CEO.7072彩票开户 7073彩票地址 963彩票开户 7073彩票网址 689彩票邀请码 7073彩票注册 8炫彩彩票app 677彩票开户 7073彩票登录 66顺彩票app