By Meghna Chakrabarti & Grace Tatter
On Point / WBUR (1/14/20)
Boeing used to have high safety standards. One recently revealed employee email said the company now has a “culture of ‘good enough.'” What will it take to turn Boeing around?
Check out our past coverage of Boeing:
- ‘We’ve Made Mistakes’: Boeing Officials Face Lawmakers, Families On Capitol Hill
- Congress Takes Up FAA, Boeing And Aviation Oversight In Hearings
- U.S. Joins List Of Countries Grounding Boeing Planes After Ethiopian Airlines Crash
Lori Aratani, transportation reporter for the Washington Post covering airports and airlines. (@loriara)
Cynthia Cole, a test and systems engineer at Boeing for 32 years, until she retired in 2010. Former president of the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEEA).
Leon Grunberg, sociology and anthropology professor emeritus at the University of Puget Sound. Co-author of “Emerging from Turbulence: Boeing and Stories of the American Workplace Today” and “Turbulence: Boeing and the State of American Workers and Managers.”
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader: New Boeing CEO Remains Embedded Part Of The Problem
Squawk Box / CNBC Television (1/14/20)
Boeing is expected to cap a rocky 2019 with weak December delivery numbers. The data will be released on David Calhoun’s second day as CEO. Consumer protection advocate Ralph Nader, who lost a niece in one of the 737 Max crashes, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.