Boeing has split its CEO and chairman roles, demoting Dennis Muilenburg on the board of directors, and giving the chair seat to the company’s leading independent director, David Calhoun, in the wake of the 737 MAX fiasco. The move by Boeing’s board of directors was announced Friday evening, Oct. 11, after stock markets closed regular trading. “The board said splitting the chairman and CEO roles will enable Muilenburg to focus full-time on running the company as it works ...

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