You’ve probably all read about the cover-up and how Boeing knew about the fatal flaws in their “MAX” planes and did absolutely nothing about them. (The consequence was hundreds of terrified people died a horrifying death). Boeing is down 20% since this fiasco, although in any just universe it would be out of business by now.
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But in this money-worshiping culture of ours, notions about responsibility to one’s fellow man is nothing more than quaint. If Boeing were a Japanese company, the executive staff would have committed seppuku by now. The CEO of Boeing, however, seems to be sleeping very well at night, thank you very much.
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