Boeing’s contentious squeeze on suppliers is gaining traction despite complaints from below and still has a lot more to give, according to the manufacturer’s chairman and chief executive. CEO Jim McNerney told financial analysts and reporters during the Chicago company’s first-quarter teleconference April 23 that Boeing is in “the early innings” of turning the Partnering for Success (PFS) supply chain policy into contracts, and that Wall Street will ...
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