Mark Jenks has been named head of Seattle-based Boeing Corp.’s 787 Dreamliner program. He succeeds Larry Loftis, who retired on July 31. Jenks’s responsibilities will include reducing the $27 billion in combined unit losses that have accumulated during production of the aircraft. He was most recently program deputy general manager.     Bruce Walker has been appointed vice president- homeland security, civil, regulatory and international affairs at ...

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