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Boeing responses to questions: Round one

Last updated July 16, 2007 10:08 p.m. PT

Before providing executives for interviews, The Boeing Co. asked the Seattle P-I to outline its questions in written form. The P-I submitted two rounds of questions, which are displayed here along with the company’s official responses.

Boeing’s summary statement:

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Boeing responses to questions: Round two

Last updated July 16, 2007 10:08 p.m. PT

These are the P-I’s second round of questions and Boeing’s written responses.

·  Some organizations, including Standard & Poor’s, encourage full disclosure of deficiencies even though law does not require it. What factors went into Boeing management’s decision not to discuss internal control deficiencies in its filings to the Securities and Exchange Commission?

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