A Boeing Exec's $20 Million Bet on Teaching College Students to Think

BLACKSBURG, Va.—It’s been a choppy ride for many of the folks relying on paychecks from Boeing Co. Slammed by the pandemic and the grounding of its most important plane, the aerospace giant said recently that it expects to end 2021 with 30,000 fewer workers than it started this year.
“Decisions like these are not easy,” Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun said on a webcast. These job cuts come as the airline industry weathers an unprecedented travel drought and Boeing endures a “year that is among the most difficult in our…
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