Thread regarding Boeing Co. layoffs

GE Guy here

How many planes are just sitting without engines right now?

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Post ID: @OP+17kV936D

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"eight or $10" an hour? where you hear that? ....I work at Sansad Marg make only $7.54 hr

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Post ID: @1hux+17kV936D

"eight or $10" an hour? where you hear that? ....I work at Sansad Marg make only $7.54 hr

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Post ID: @1bef+17kV936D

Not dumb...fact checking the management rumors.

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Post ID: @1yhn+17kV936D

WTF are you talking about

777’’s are being delivered almost every week.
47’s 67’s to are being delivered.

Exactly dumb poster.

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Post ID: @1dun+17kV936D

They hired essential corporate riders to run the company. John McNerney cared about nothing except his bonus.

They tried to do a discount airplane with the 1960 eta fuselage with the 737 max but charge a premium. Outsourcing the programming for the flight management system to programmers in India for eight or $10 an hour just shows you how absurd and how clueless the management was.

All because they didn’t want to spend the money on a new airplane program because they wouldn’t get bonuses for several years while the development was ongoing.

Jim McNerney and his cronies destroyed the Boeing company.

Unless Boeing can sell BDS to another company I don’t see how they have the money for the coronavirus downturn.

Jim McNerney and his cronies need to be sued and be in jail third it’s pretty sad when your board hires a corporate raider to destroy your company just so he can make absurd profits for 10 years

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Post ID: @tqm+17kV936D

William Boeing is rolling in his grave at what’s happened at Boeing for the last 10 years.

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Post ID: @rjd+17kV936D

GE. Been at the B since before Douglas bought us out. The unbelievable changes the GE and Douglas leadership has implemented mirrored their own company's downfall. It took 20 years to destroy because the boeing reputation was unmatched. Not so anymore. Profits above quality, shareholders above customers etc. I hope all who are still there have an exit plan. I took the VLO and I'm not close to retirement age so my money is where my mouth is. I feel for the younger folks who still believe boeing can turn it around. If they could, bain and company wouldnt be there to take inventory and property survey's. They restructure and sell off. The Boeing of old is over. It's been a good run. Good luck to all that will be affected by poor leadership decisions and that means every one of us.

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