Boeing CEO Resigns After Halting 737 Max 8 Production

'Accountability starts with me,' Dennis Muilenburg said in October

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With no end in sight to Boeing’s troubles with the 737 Max 8, CEO Dennis Muilenburg has resigned, the airplane manufacturer announced Monday morning. Taking his place is Boeing’s chairman, David Calhoun.

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