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The aerospace and jet executive is expected to discuss how c-suites best navigate times of turmoil at the helm of a large public company. His thoughts should be of particular interest to both Wall Street and Capitol Hill, as the CEO tries to lead Boeing through the aftermath of two high-profile crashes of its 737 Max commercial aircraft.
The crashes — the first in Indonesia in October 2018, the second in Ethiopia less than five months later — killed all 346 people aboard the flights. A flight-control system known as MCAS that Boeing included on the jets has been implicated in both crashes.
Boeing Chairman Dave Calhoun on Tuesday told CNBC he had confidence in Muilenburg and said the CEO has offered to forgo all bonuses this year as the company works with lawmakers who are investigating the 737 Max's design and certification.