Boeing has named Dennis Muilenburg, the current leader of the company’s defense arm, as vice chairman, president and chief operating officer, paving the way for the 49-year-old executive’s eventual move to potentially succeed Boeing’s chairman, president and CEO Jim McNerney. The leadership reshuffle sees two top executives advance to the level of vice chairmen, the appointment of a company president and chief operating officer and the naming of new leaders for Boeing Defense, Space ...
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