Boeing CEO faces tough questioning in hearing on 737 Max
Clip: 10/29/2019 | 7m 11s
Boeing’s 737 Max jets have yet to resume flying after a pair of deadly crashes in the past year sparked broad scrutiny of Boeing’s corporate practices and the FAA certification process. Now, the company’s CEO is on Capitol Hill for two days of hearings about safety and accountability. John Yang talks to David Shepardson of Reuters about the “moving” presence of bereaved family members in the room.
Aired: 10/29/19Video has closed captioning.
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