When Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) was riddled with program missteps and uncertainty five years ago, it tapped talent from its defense side. The man who became the leader of that change, Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO and President James Albaugh, defied skepticism to meet a set of tough goals. Last week, Albaugh unexpectedly announced his retirement, but the company did not have far to look for a successor. A hometown boy and 34-year BCA veteran, Raymond Conner, was standing in the ...


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