Boeing Agrees to Felony Plea. Now Its Future Is Up in the Air.


The Journal.

In a stunning concession, Boeing agreed Sunday to plead guilty to misleading air-safety regulators ahead of two deadly 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019. WSJ’s Andrew Tangel reports on Boeing’s long and complicated journey to the plea deal and what a felony record would mean for the company.

Further Listening:

-The Failures Inside Boeing’s 737 Factory

-A Hole in a Plane and a Headache for Boeing

Further Reading:

-Boeing Agrees to Plead Guilty in 737 MAX Criminal Case

-Inside DOJ’s Wrenching Decision on Whether to Prosecute Boeing

-Boeing Violated Criminal Settlement After 737 MAX Crashes, Justice Department Says

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