Boeing says 2 directors are leaving as board faces scrutiny

CHICAGO (AP) — Two members of the Boeing board are retiring. The company said Wednesday that a former Medtronic CEO and a former U.S. trade representative won’t run for re-election in April.

Boeing directors are facing a shareholder lawsuit alleging that they didn’t adequately monitor management during problems developing the 737 Max.

That’s the plane that crashed twice, killing 346 people. T

he crisis has cost Boeing billions.

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