Boeing's boss to forgo bonus amid issues with 737 jet

Boeing's boss Dennis Muilenburg will not take a bonus this year following two crashes involving the firm's 737 Max plane which killed 346 people.
Boeing's chairman David Calhoun said Mr. Muilenburg had made the suggestion.
Mr. Muilenburg recently faced US lawmakers who accused the firm of building flying coffins and engaging in a pattern of deliberate concealment.
For 2018, Mr. Muilenburg's pay included a $13 million bonus on top of his $1.7 million salary. 

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