Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in a Thursday video in which he apologized for two recent 737 MAX crashes. (Boeing Co.)

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in a Thursday video in which he apologized for two recent 737 MAX crashes. (Boeing Co.)

‘We own it’: Boeing CEO apologizes, acknowledges company’s role

In a letter and video about two recent 737 crashes, Dennis Muilenburg pledged to “re-earn” public trust.

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