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Boeing’s fired CEO keeps $80 million in pay and benefits despite crashes, cover ups, and scandal

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Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s former CEO, left the company with $80.7 million in pay and benefits, after being fired over two aircraft crashes that killed 346 people in total. His compensation dwarfs the $50 million set aside for families of the crash victims. (qz.com) Altro...

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patpylot
i have more contempt for the Boeing Board of Directors who have aided and abeted this ridiculous payout, in the face of a final bill; for 737max in the billions. Sure the company can issue some more stock and cover those and other costs from this affair, but Dennis should have walked the plank months ago penniless from the company.
nemosteve1080i
Muilenberg is a corporate wh*re for taking this payout. There is blood on his hands from the 737MAX
. If he had any guts, he'd refuse the payments and suck it up as a corporate leader failure.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 3
Whore. You can say it... but here's what you can't say: "I would refuse $80 million bucks". Because you wouldn't, and neither would I.

When it takes a 3/4 ton pickup to haul your cashed check home (in all $100 bills), everybody is a gutless corporate whore.
jdriskell
It's not a case of refusing it, it's a case of lack of spine on the part of the board. This is worse that having to pay a doctor for treatment that kills the patient or pay a lawyer for loosing a case.

Boeing need to get out of Chicago and return the the northwest where engineers can run the company rather that bean counters and other drones.
ADXbear
ADXbear 1
Some BS... the opposite should happen.. and they have the never to pay those families only $155k

YGTBFSM.


THIS IS NOT HELPING ME FLY ON ANOTHER BOEING PRODUCT, LET ALONE THE MAX....
sgbelverta
This is business as usual in the US. It's called capitalism. But if he tried to get a job anywhere else, or get on any boards, I would scream loud and hard. And if he didn't have a pre-nup, now would be a good time for his wife to depart. She shouldn't get saddled with his sins.
joelwiley
joel wiley -1
That's just business as usual.
Nothing to see here folks, just move along there.

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