Boeing

Business
2:02 pm
Wed December 18, 2013

Boeing Executives Move Up

Dennis Muilenburg has been named Boeing vice chairman, president and chief operating officer.
(courtesy of Boeing)

Boeing announced the promotion of several executives Wednesday, including within Defense, Space and Security in St. Louis.

Dennis Muilenburg, who now heads up the $33 billion Defense division, has been named vice chairman, president and chief operating officer.

In a statement Boeing officials said Muilenburg will move to corporate headquarters in Chicago, where he’ll share oversight of the day-to-day business operations with President and CEO Jim McNerney.

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On the Trail
12:25 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

Missouri's Federal Delegation Makes Full Court Press To Lure 777X

Boeing CEO W. James McNerney, Jr., left, and U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-St. Elizabeth, met earlier in December in Washington, D.C. Luetkemeyer is part of a bipartisan contingent of federal lawmakers using the bully pulpit to steer Boeing's 777X to Missouri.
Credit Provided by Luetkemeyer's office.

When U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer met with Boeing CEO James McNerney in his Washington office earlier this month, his message wasn’t subtle. 

Luetkemeyer was there to make the case that Missouri was the right place to steer production of Boeing's 777X civilian aircraft. He said he told McNerney he was “excited about the opportunity for the state of Missouri to bid on it.”

“Whatever help we could be at the federal level, we would more than willing to do that,” Luetkemeyer , R-St. Elizabeth, said.  

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Politically Speaking
5:44 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

Politically Speaking: Rep. Butler On Ethics Reform, Boeing And Crime

Chris McDaniel, St. Louis Public Radio.

The fully-merged Politically Speaking crew welcomes Rep. Michael Butler, D-St. Louis, to the podcast.

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Boeing
5:32 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

Boeing To Add Hundreds Of Research Jobs In St. Louis County

Credit (via Boeing)

Boeing has been on the minds of the Show-Me State's political figures lately, thanks to the effort to lure the manufacturing of the 777X airplane to Missouri.  Now, the company is planning to bring several hundred research and development jobs to the St. Louis region. 

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Boeing
5:02 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

Boeing Adding Hundreds of Research Jobs to St. Louis County

Credit (via Boeing)

With the effort to lure Boeing’s 777X on the minds of the Show Me State’s political figures, the company is planning to bring several hundred research and development jobs to the St. Louis region. 

    

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Politics & Issues
1:56 pm
Tue December 10, 2013

Nixon Signs Bill To Entice Boeing To Choose St. Louis

Chris McDaniel, St. Louis Public Radio.

After calling a special session last month, Governor Jay Nixon signed a bill Tuesday to lure Boeing to choose St. Louis as the location to build its new commercial aircraft: the 777X.

Now the decision is up to the aerospace giant.

About a dozen other states are vying for Boeing’s thousands of jobs, after the company announced it was looking for a new location following contract disagreements with Seattle’s machinist union.

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Boeing
9:08 pm
Mon December 9, 2013

St. Louis County Could Offer Boeing Up To $1.8 Billion In Tax Incentives

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley and Berkeley Mayor Ted Hoskins testify in favor of a local incentives for Boeing. The measure passed Monday without opposition.
Credit File photo

St. Louis County is prepared to offer up to $1.8 billion to Boeing if the company steers production of the 777X aircraft to the county. 

The St. Louis County Council unanimously approved a resolution pledging local incentives – including tax increment financing and tax abatement – if Boeing moves production of the civilian aircraft to the the county. St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley said the swift action was necessary to meet Tuesday’s deadline for the state to respond to the company’s request for proposal.

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Politics / Boeing
3:40 pm
Mon December 9, 2013

States Compete To Woo Boeing

Floor of the Missouri House shortly after the passage of the Boeing incentives bill on Dec. 6, 2013. (Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio)

Originally published on Tue December 17, 2013 9:56 am

Tomorrow is the deadline for states to get their proposals to the Boeing corporation about what kind of incentives they’ll offer to get the aircraft giant to build its next generation jetliner, the 777X, in their backyard.

The state of Missouri has been up front in its desire to woo the manufacturer. Governor Jay Nixon convened a special legislative session to get a proposal off to Boeing.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Marshall Griffin of St. Louis Public Radio explains what’s inside.

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Boeing/Special Session
12:33 pm
Fri December 6, 2013

Mo. House Passes Boeing Bill, Special Session Ends

Floor of the Mo. House shortly after the passage of the Boeing incentives bill on Dec. 6, 2013.
Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio

The Missouri House has passed the Senate version of the Boeing incentives bill, bringing a quickly-called special session of the legislature to a quick close.

The measure would provide roughly $1.7 billion in tax breaks over a 23-year period to Boeing to expand its St. Louis facility and build its 777X passenger jet there.  Perhaps the most enthusiastic endorsement on the House floor came from State Representative Steve Lynch (R, Waynesville), who also owns a furniture store.

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Boeing/Special session
4:44 pm
Thu December 5, 2013

Boeing Incentives Bill Passes 2 Mo. House Committees

Mo. House Economic Development Committee chair Anne Zerr (R, St. Charles) holds a list of amendments the Mo. Senate added to the Boeing bill on Wednesday before passing it. Zerr was supportive of the amendments, and the bill passed her committee today.
Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio

The Boeing incentives bill continues moving forward during Missouri's special legislative session.

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