During his 10 years as Boeing’s CEO, Jim McNerney was resolute that the company would not offshore major operations. When I asked him two months ago about the possibility of assembling Boeing airliners in China, where rival Airbus already has a plant, he was almost dismissive. “You know, my thinking really hasn’t changed,” he replied. But McNerney, who recently stepped down as CEO—while retaining his role as ...
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