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David L. Calhoun (born April 18, 1957) is an American businessman, and president and CEO of The Boeing Company since January 2020. He was previously Boeing’s chairman. He was appointed after the then CEO, Dennis Muilenburg, was fired amidst safety issues regarding the 737 MAX after two fatal crashes that claimed the lives of 346 passengers and crew on board.
Since 2009, Calhoun has served as a director at Boeing, and was named lead independent director in 2018. In October 2019, he was named chairman of Boeing in the wake of the Boeing 737 MAX groundings, and on December 23, 2019, he stepped down as chairman in preparation for becoming Boeing’s CEO and president, effective January 13, 2020.
In a March 2020 interview with The New York Times, Calhoun discussed the 737 MAX’s MCAS software, saying the Boeing had made a “fatal mistake” in expecting that pilots could immediately correct the software problems. He went on to explain that “pilots [in Ethiopia and Indonesia] don’t have anywhere near the experience that they have here in the U.S.”; he unsuccessfully requested to go off the record after being asked whether American pilots would have been able to control the situation, and then replied, “[f]orget it, you can guess the answer.”
In 2020, Boeing had a historically bad year, as the company reported a $12 billion loss and laid off 30,000 workers. At the same time, Calhoun earned $21.1 million in compensation.
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