Daley Leaves Boeing Board After Obama Appointment

William M. Daley’s Jan. 7 resignation from Boeing's board was formally accepted Monday by the directors. Daley, 62, a director since 2006, has been named White House chief of staff by President Barack Obama. He served as secretary of the Department of Commerce under Bill Clinton from 1997 to 2000...

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