Tag Archives: James McNerney

James McNerney: Boeing Mulls Partial Overseas Shift Without Ex-Em Bank Reauthorization

James McNerney, Boeing’s board chairman, has said the company could move some of its work abroad if lawmakers do not work past their disagreements over whether to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, the Washington Post reported Friday. Amrita Jayakumar writes the House did not renew the bank’s charter that was approved in the Senate version to …

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Boeing Considers New Supplier Relations Approach; Dave Koopersmith Comments

Boeing executives are contemplating using the  supplier strategies of giant retailers to simplify contract negotiations and reduce product prices, according to an Aviation Week article. Executives hope that the “partnering for success” campaign will consolidate and manage supplier transactions. Dave Koopersmith, VP of attack helicopters, said they need this overhaul because …

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Greg Smith Elected Boeing CFO, Effective April 2012

Boeing‘s board of directors has elected corporate controller and finance vice president Greg Smith to succeed James Bell as executive vice president and chief financial officer on Feb. 1, 2012. Bell plans to help Smith transition into the role for two months prior to retiring from the company April. 1. GovCon Wire has the …

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