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Boeing’s 737 Max Flight Tests Underestimated Risks, US Investigators Say

Sept. 26, 2019
Investigators say the tests used did not adequately account for how a human pilot would react to warning indicators.
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Boeing Revamps Safety Oversight in Wake of 737 Max Crashes

Sept. 25, 2019
The board of directors announced that a new Aerospace Safety Committee will protect employees who flag issues and provide transparency for executives.
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Nissan Ousts CEO Over Pay Scandal as Turmoil Deepens at Carmaker

Sept. 9, 2019
Nissan’s next CEO will face the challenge of righting a ship in disarray at a sensitive time, with global automakers rushing to position themselves for the coming age of electric...
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Aviation CEOs Warn of Europe-US Split on Boeing Max Return

Sept. 6, 2019
Deepening Boeing's 737 MAX woes, European regulators have determined to conduct their own review, independent from the FAA, before allowing the plane to fly again in European ...
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Technology and IIoT

Voting Machine Makers Give US Access in Fight Against Hackers

Sept. 5, 2019
In anticipation of Russian attempts to interfere with future elections, voting-machine manufacturers have agreed to share details of their engineering systems with the Department...
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Nissan CEO Says He'll Step Down After Ghosn Resigns From Renault

Jan. 25, 2019
Hiroto Saikawa is ready to “pass the baton” in coming months after taking care of his top priority -- reforming the poor governance he says weakened the Japanese carmaker.
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Fiat Chrysler to Pay $800 Million to Settle Emissions Lawsuits

Jan. 10, 2019
It is the second major case brought by US officials against an automaker for Clean Air Act violations.
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Technology and IIoT

Cyberattacks Skyrocketed in 2018. Are You Ready for 2019?

Dec. 13, 2018
We have seen a 350% increase in ransomware attacks, a 250% increase in spoofing or business email compromise (BEC) attacks and a 70% increase in spear-phishing attacks in companies...
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Clean Air Act Permitting, Simplified

Sept. 13, 2018
How the Plant-Wide Applicability Limit (PAL) can be your friend.