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Boeing’s new CEO has a large in-tray on his first day. David Calhoun takes over from Dennis Muilenburg, who leaves the company with $80.7 million in pay and benefits, despite two fatal crashes that left 346 people dead.

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  • Muilenberg is taking home $30m more than the total funds Boeing has set aside for the families of 346 people who died in crashes under his tenure.

  • $50 million is $146000 per victim, not including 342 families impacted. Would he put that price on his loved ones life? How could he and all people involved can sleep at night.

    When they clear 737Max for flying, for first 30 days only Boeing executives and their families should fly before rest of us.

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