737 MAX Fiasco Has Brought Boeing to the Brink of Insolvency

Its liabilities already exceed assets, yet the company needs to take out another $10 billion to pay its bills

  

 

  

  

  

 

     

         

 

    

 

    

 

   

  

 

  

 

   

  

 

 

 

     

  

   

  

  

   

    

 

 

    

    

       

   

 

   



 

 

      

   

  

   

 

   

    

 

 

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1 thought on “737 MAX Fiasco Has Brought Boeing to the Brink of Insolvency”

  1. Good old Western World.In beginning of industrial revolution they were striving for quality,investing millions to make good durable product.Then good quality product did not sell as fast how fast Capitalists bellies want to feed on their greed.So they are now investing billions how to make eye appealing not lasting product.With help from East to make total rubbish,which will help climate change.For 20 years I wanted to buy shredder,they are not worth to even take them for free.I bought 135 years old chaff cutter,for same price like useless modern shredder.This machine cuts anything you throw at it,roots with soil on it,cuts 6″ banana tree including sugar cane.I wanted to make canvas cover for this machine,as I live at sea side to protect it from rust.No modern house hold machine will sew canvas.I bought 100 years old house hold machine it sews canvas like dream,and cost me just $50.Then neighbour gave to me for free same machine,which I restored serviced, and give it back to her grand daughter.My advice is stick to old out dated products as their quality will never be repeated.

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