Jeffery L. Turner, the CEO who transitioned Wichita-based Spirit AeroSystems from a onetime Boeing subsidiary into the industry's largest independent airframe maker, says he will step down early in 2013. He is 60. The board of directors has convened a search committee that will identify internal and external candidates for his replacement. Turner was a vice president and general manager for Boeing when the company sold his division to Onex Corp. in 2005, cutting loose its biggest ...
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