Boeing said two long-time directors will resign as the aerospace giant’s board changes further. 737 MAX crisis..
Chicago-based plane makers said Wednesday that Susan Carol Schwab and Arthur Collins have resigned from the board of directors and will not run for re-election at Boeing’s annual shareholders’ meeting on April 20. The company did not immediately announce the appointment of new directors on the board.
Collins, who once headed the medical device maker Medtronic PLC, has been on the board of Boeing since 2007. Former US Trade Representative Schwab has been a board member since 2010. The Wall Street Journal has previously reported a planned departure. Wednesday.
“Boeing has benefited greatly from its devoted and devoted service,” Larry Kellner said in a statement.
Withdrawal has been under consideration for the past few weeks, and as part of its post-MAX crisis efforts, it will bring fresh perspectives to the board, people familiar with the matter said. After the accident, four of Boeing’s 12 directors joined the board.
Two long-time Boeing directors resigning
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