Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg leaves after speaking at a news conference after the company’s annual shareholders meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago on April 29. (John Gress/Pool Photo via AP)

Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg leaves after speaking at a news conference after the company’s annual shareholders meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago on April 29. (John Gress/Pool Photo via AP)

Can Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg survive the 737 Max crisis?

An important customer says Boeing has forgotten about “the most important constituency,” passengers.

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