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Technology Stocks : Boeing keeps setting new highs! When will it split? -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: John Koligman who wrote (3436)10/18/2019 6:00:35 PM
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BA was a cash cow but the cash came after a CEO put profits ahead of safety. The rehiring of engineers will help some but it'll take time.
businessinsider.com

" Boeing is reaching out to retired airline technicians, mechanics, and engineers and offering temporary jobs to help get its stored 737 Max planes ready for delivery when the global grounding ends."

Earlier this year they outsourced their Max Software at $9 an hour.

bloomberg.com

"Engineers feared the practice meant code wasn’t done right"

How is it possible that none of this is regulated? Someone getting $9 a hour to code software for a plane is insane, but profitable.