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The Boeing 737 MAX Negligence Case Reaches a $225 Million Settlement

The WSJ reports that a $225 million settlement has been reached in the Boeing 737 MAX negligence case.

According to the Wall Street Journal, US Boeing shareholders have struck an out-of-court settlement with the aviation manufacturer’s current and former directors in a 737 MAX aircraft safety negligence case worth $225 million.

Shareholders had accused Boeing board members and executives, including current CEO David Calhoun, of failing to check that the 737 MAX’s control and information instruments were working properly.

Read the source article at The Washington Newsday

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