Boeing chairman, president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg appears likely to keep all those titles after company shareholders opted not to make the chairmanship an independent position. At the company’s annual general meeting April 29 in Chicago—the first since the crashes of two 737 MAX 8s—Muilenburg faced a shareholder resolution calling for an independent chairman of the board of directors. The failed effort was backed by several influential shareholder advisers—proxy ...

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