Boeing CEO: 737 Max production to resume 'months' before return to service
Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun said Wednesday that the company will not cut its dividend despite the extended grounding of its 737 Max jet. "I believe we have the financial capacity and capability to do the things we need to do ... but the recovery, when we get to the end and start shipping airplanes, et cetera, supports maintaining our dividend. And I will stay on that path unless something dramatic changes," Calhoun said on a conference call with reporters. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.