FAA panel says Boeing 737 Max software is ‘operationally suitable’ in new report


The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday released its initial review of Boeing’s 737 Max anti-stall software suspected to contribute to two fatal plane crashes, calling it “operationally suitable.”

reduce second-quarter GDP growth by 0.2 percent.

Separately, Institutional Shareholder Services on Tuesday recommended that shareholders vote in favor of a proposal that would require Boeing to have an independent chairman of the board. That title is currently held by CEO Dennis Muilenburg.

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