Boeing CEO Resigns As Company Experiences Embarrassing Safety Malfunctions

According to a message that Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun sent to his workers on March 25, 2024, the Boeing chief will be resigning from his position toward the end of 2024. 

In a similar vein, Larry Kellner, chairman of  Boeing’s board, was also revealed to be resigning in the letter to employees. This significant move comes after years of safety issues with Boeing aircraft, which includes multiple incidents that took place in March, such as gear and engine malfunctions. 

“My decision to step down as CEO at the end of this year is one the board has been prepared for and will result in a number of changes at a management and governance level moving forward,” Calhoun declared in the message.

“As we begin this period of transition, I want to assure you, we will remain squarely focused on completing the work we have done together to return our company to stability after the extraordinary challenges of the past five years, with safety and quality at the forefront of everything that we do,” he said in a concluding statement.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) discovered several potential safety issues with Boeing’s operations in a report published in February. Congress demanded the publication of the report after crashes in 2018 and 2019 caused the deaths of 346 people.

Ed Pierson, a former Boeing senior manager and whistleblower, took Boeing executives to task in March for not listening to his warnings about possible quality control issues.

“My number one recommendation is that the C-suite needs to go,” Pierson stated during NewsNation’s “Elizabeth Vargas Reports.” “I mean, they are crushing the company. They are allowing one bad thing after the next, and they just keep making a bunch of broken promises and it’s not happening and the proof is in the pudding.”

Boeing’s failures demonstrate the overall rot present in American society. From once prestigious institutions of higher learning to premier corporations, decadence and incompetence abounds.

Many things that Americans took for granted such as transportation and customer service will not only be of lower quality but also be deadly in nature. 

This is what happens when the public grows complacent about the dangers of multiculturalism and the use of diversity hires in the private sector.

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