Seven hours of congressional testimony involving Boeing’s top executive and a 320-page final report on the first of two fatal 737 MAX accidents answered some questions about the aircraft’s development and approval. But they generated many more and helped convince U.S. lawmakers that Boeing’s culture pressured employees to minimize and perhaps hide problems on the program. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg’s answers “were consistent with a culture of concealment and ...

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