The Boeing Company last week agreed that it was liable for damages claimed by families of the 157 passengers killed in 2019 when an Ethiopian Airways 737-MAX crashed because of faulty flight controls. Boeing already has shelled out $100 million to relatives of the 189 victims aboard Indonesian Lion Air's 737-MAX doomed for the same reason the year before. The plane maker isn't fessing and paying up out of the goodness of its corporate heart. For anyone wondering what to do about the carcinogenic effects of social media, the American aerospace icon's problems and their resolution deserve a close look.
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