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Boeing engineer who led development 737 MAX to retire -company memo

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SEATTLE (Reuters) -Boeing Co executive Michael Teal, a top engineer on its 777X program who also oversaw technical development of the 737 MAX program, is set to retire, according to a company memo seen by Reuters on Friday. Teal, a 35-year Boeing veteran, was a vice president and chief project engineer during development of the 737 MAX. The plane was grounded for nearly two years starting in 2019 after two fatal crashes.
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