Boeing’s decision to tap James Albaugh to run its Commercial Airplanes unit is generating mixed reviews in the investment community, where enthusiasm for his technical knowledge and management ability is offset by concerns about his lack of experience in the commercial aviation sector. Albaugh arrived in Seattle on Sept. 1 as the new CEO and president of BCA, having left the same post at Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, a unit he had led since its inception in 2002. He succeeds Scott ...

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