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Boeing TURBO Company Profile Report

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Last updated: October 17, 2019

The Boeing Company
100 North Riverside Plaza
Chicago, IL 60606
United States
Phone: (312)-544-2000
Website: http://www.boeing.com
Sector: Industrials
Industry: Aerospace & Defense
Full Time Employees: 153,000

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  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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BOEING EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Dennis A. Muilenburg Chairman, President and CEO, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Bertrand-Marc (Marc) Allen Senior Vice President of Boeing, President of Embraer Partnership and Group Operations Boeing *****@boeing.com
Michael Arthur President, Boeing International Boeing *****@boeing.com
Heidi B. Capozzi Senior Vice President, Human Resources, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Timothy Keating Executive Vice President, Government Operations, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
J. Michael Luttig Executive Vice President, Counselor and Senior Advisor, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Kevin McAllister Executive Vice President, The Boeing Company President and CEO, Commercial Airplanes Boeing *****@boeing.com
Leanne Caret Executive Vice President, The Boeing Company President, and CEO, Defense, Space & Security Boeing *****@boeing.com
Ted Colbert Chief Information Officer, The Boeing Company Senior Vice President, Information Technology & Data Analytics Boeing *****@boeing.com
Stanley A. Deal Executive Vice President, The Boeing Company President and CEO, Boeing Global Services Boeing *****@boeing.com
Brett C. Gerry General Counsel, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Greg Hyslop Chief Technology Officer, The Boeing Company Senior Vice President, Boeing Engineering, Test & Technology Boeing *****@boeing.com
Jenette E. Ramos Senior Vice President, Manufacturing, Supply Chain & Operations, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Diana Sands Senior Vice President, Office of Internal Governance and Administration, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Greg Smith CFO and Executive Vice President, Enterprise Performance & Strategy, The Boeing Company Boeing *****@boeing.com
Anne Toulouse Senior Vice President, Communications Boeing *****@boeing.com



BOEING BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Dennis A. Muilenburg Chairman, President and CEO, Boeing Boeing *****@boeing.com
Robert A. Bradway Chairman and CEO, Amgen Boeing *****@boeing.com
David L. Calhoun Senior Managing Director, Blackstone Group; Former Chairman and CEO, Nielsen Holdings Boeing *****@boeing.com
Arthur D. Collins Jr. Former Chairman and CEO, Medtronic Boeing *****@boeing.com
Nikki R. Haley Former U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Boeing *****@boeing.com
Lawrence W. Kellner President, Emerald Creek Group; Former Chairman and CEO, Continental Airlines Boeing *****@boeing.com
Caroline B. Kennedy Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan Boeing *****@boeing.com
Edward M. Liddy Former Chairman and CEO, Allstate Boeing *****@boeing.com
Admiral Edmund P. Giambastiani Jr. Seventh Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff; Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation; Former Commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command Boeing *****@boeing.com
Lynn J. Good Chairman, President and CEO, Duke Energy Corporation Boeing *****@boeing.com
Susan C. Schwab Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Policy; Former U.S. Trade Representative Boeing *****@boeing.com
Ronald A. Williams Former Chairman and CEO, Aetna Boeing *****@boeing.com
Mike S. Zafirovski Executive Advisor, The Blackstone Group; Former President and CEO, Nortel Boeing *****@boeing.com

 

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Older Boeing jets are now in hot demand because of the 737 Max grounding

  • As the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max enters its sixth month, airlines are turning to older jets to help meet growing demand, prompting a surge in rental rates.
  • Lease rates for 24 months or less, for some older 737 planes have gone up 40% to about $300,000 since regulators grounded the planes in March.


A Boeing Code Leak Exposes Security Flaws Deep in a 787

  • Security researcher Ruben Santamarta discovered a fully unprotected server on Boeing's network, seemingly full of code designed to run on the company's giant 737 and 787 passenger jets, left publicly accessible and open to anyone who found it.
  • He and other avionics cybersecurity researchers who have reviewed his findings argue that while a full-on cyberattack on a plane's most sensitive systems remains far from a material threat, the flaws uncovered in the 787's code nonetheless represent a troubling lack of attention to cybersecurity from Boeing.


Boeing’s Dropping Bid for Next-Generation ICBM Represents Shrinking Industrial Base

  • When Boeing dropped out of the competition, it impacted the U.S.’ ability to obtain this missile system at a reasonable price.
  • Because Lockheed Martin was earlier eliminated from the competition, Northrop Grumman is now the only company in the running to win the contract.


Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers at HCL Technologies Ltd.

  • Boeing has won several orders for Indian military and commercial aircraft, such as a $22 billion one in January 2017 to supply SpiceJet Ltd.
  • HCL engineers helped develop and test the Max’s flight-display software, while employees from another Indian company, Cyient Ltd., handled software for flight-test equipment.


Embattled Boeing plans to replace human inspectors with technology

  • Boeing plans to reassign 900 human inspectors and replace them with “technology improvements” at its Seattle manufacturing plants.
  • 451 inspectors will be transferred to other jobs this year, followed by a similar number next year, replaced by automation and technological improvements.


Defense Department Awards Boeing $14.3B Bomber Maintenance Contract

  • Boeing Co. has won a $14.3 billion contract to service and maintain all B-1 Lancer and B-52 Stratofortress bombers at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City.
  • The contract includes hardware and software development and integration, ground and flight testing, configuration management, studies and analyses and modernization.


Boeing goes bionic to roll out more Dreamliners

  • Boeing is equipping mechanics with exoskeletons to increase their strength and speed.
  • At twin Dreamliner factories in South Carolina and Washington state, Boeing also plans to soon deploy Bluetooth-enabled ‘smart’ wrenches.
  • Boeing rolls out a new 787 with a minimum list price of $239 million every 1.75 days.

 

 

 

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