Boeing is well known for making passenger jets, but in reality, over half of its sales are weapons and military aircraft and submarines, notably to Israel. Boeing GBU-39 and GBU-31 Small Diameter Bombs together with Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) kits for guided "smart" bombs are routinely used to destroy residential buildings and target civilians; Boeing Harpoon missile systems are used to enforce Israel's illegal naval blockade of the Gaza Strip; while Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters, equipped with Boeing Hellfire air-to-ground missiles, are used by the Israeli military for assaults on Gaza. The company has also supplied Russia and Saudi Arabia, helping those countries fight their wars on Ukraine and Yemen respectively.

Two of Boeing’s 737 Max passenger planes crashed in a five-month-period between 2018 and 2019 – one in Indonesia and one in Ethiopia – killing a total of 346 people that were on board. The two crashes have been linked to Boeing software that was installed without informing the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and without proper training for the pilots that flew the planes. The 737 Max was subsequently grounded by multiple countries and the company paid a US$2.5 billion fine for lying to the FAA about the safety of the plane.


Commercial aircrafts, military aircrafts, satellites, space vehicles and launchers.


competition-related offenses$2,545,610,0007
government-contracting-related offenses$979,303,63314
employment-related offenses$227,231,25416
financial offenses$200,000,0001
safety-related offenses$163,866,75157

(September 20, 2023) 

Number of Records
Total Penalties
US$4,159,204,202 (September 20, 2023)
Individual Records & Summaries
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Cracked cockpit window on Boeing 737 forces All Nippon Airways to turn back

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Sheri Walsh

Jan. 15 (UPI) -- A cracked window in the cockpit of a Boeing 737 forced a Japanese All Nippon Airways flight to turn back to the airport over the weekend. The incident comes as Boeing faces investigations into quality control after a door plug blew open mid-flight earlier this month.

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Recent & Ongoing Campaigns
Boeing’s shareholders push for stronger climate targets on road to net-zero

Sarah George | EDIE | May 4, 2022

Boeing is being pressed by 91% of its shareholders, who collectively manage more than $43.7bn in assets, to outline a credible pathway to net-zero that covers indirect (Scope 3) emissions.

USA: Climate and quality-of-life activists find common ground at Boeing Field

Peter Fairley | Crosscut | November 12, 2021

The King County International Airport Community Coalition was organized last year in response to a $282 million master plan update crafted by Boeing Field that foresaw more jet flights. That meant more noise in Georgetown, higher emissions of carbon dioxide and, likely, rising air pollution as well.

USA: Palestinian Supporters Protest Boeing’s Plan To Sell Missiles To Israel

CBS Chicago | May 26, 2021

There were large protests outside Boeing International Headquarters on Saturday, with demonstrators saying the company is profiting off the deaths of Palestinians.

USA: Family of Boeing Crash Victim to Meet March 10 with DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Two-Year Anniversary of Crash; Commemorative Luminaria Vigil to be Held Outside FAA Headquarters; Protest at Boeing Same Morning

Clifford Law Press Releases | March 8, 2021

Families and friends of those who lost loved ones in the March 10 Boeing 737 Max8 crash in Ethiopia will hold a memorial vigil in front of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Building at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 10 marking the two-year anniversary of the crash.

Families of crash victims want U.S. to rescind approval for Boeing 737 MAX to fly again

Tracy Rucinski | Reuters | December 23, 2020

The families of victims killed in two crashes by Boeing Co’s 737 MAX want U.S. regulators to rescind approval for the planes to fly again, following a Senate report that raised concerns about the re-approval process.

USA: Washington state unionists protest Boeing move of 787 Dreamliner production to S.C.

Mark Gruenberg | People's World | October 5, 2020

Upset, disappointed union leaders in Washington state lambasted Boeing for its decision to move all remaining 787 Dreamliner production at its Everett, Wash., plant to its non-union factory in anti-union red state South Carolina.

USA: Defense Workers, Deemed “Essential,” Protest Conditions as Overseas Weapons Sales Continue

Akela Lacy | The Intercept | April 18, 2020

Thanks to industry lobbying, weapons manufacturing plants are open amid the coronavirus pandemic to fulfill billions of dollars in weapons sales.

Boeing v nuns: US religious orders push for transparency

Claire Bushey | Financial Times | April 13, 2020

A group of US friars and nuns want Boeing to disclose more about its lobbying practices, betting that the 737 Max crisis will add more pressure on the US aircraft maker ahead of its annual shareholder meeting later this month.

USA: Workers in Renton protest Boeing’s plan for China plant

Coral Garnick | Seattle Times | September 23, 2015

About 100 people rallied outside Boeing’s Renton plant Wednesday after the company confirmed it will establish a 737 jet completion and delivery center in China.

UK: Arms Companies Not Welcome at the University of the West of England

Campaign Against the Arms Trade | November 22, 2013

UWE has invited arms companies such as Airbus, Babcock and Boeing to its careers fairs and UWE’s engineering department is proud to play an “important part” in developing the global market of aerospace technology, and boasts “increasing activity” in Unmaned Aerial Vehicles (drones).

USA: Chicago protesters march on Boeing, Obama HQ

CBS News | May 21, 2012

As NATO officials were wrapping up their summit in Chicago, anti-NATO protesters marched to Boeing's corporate headquarters Monday morning before turning their attention to President Obama's campaign headquarters.

USA: Anonymous attacks Boeing in protest against CISPA

Jeb Boone | The World | April 12, 2012

Hackers affiliated with Anonymous have carried out three attacks against companies supporting CISPA in the in the opening salvo of Operation Defense, a campaign announced by Anonymous last Saturday targeting supporters of the legislation.

Major Investigations
& Lawsuits
U.S.-Made Technology Is Flowing to Russian Airlines, Despite Sanctions

Ana Swanson & Niraj Chokshi | The New York Times | May 15, 2023

Russian customs data shows that millions of dollars of aircraft parts made by Boeing, Airbus and others were sent to Russia last year.

Boeing to pay $200m to settle charges it misled investors over 737 Max crashes

Dominic Rushe | The Guardian | September 22, 2022

Boeing and its former chief executive have settled an investigation by the US’s top financial regulator into allegedly misleading statements the planemaker and its then boss made about its 737 Max jets, involved in two deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

American Arms Makers Are Making a Killing off of Israel's Slaughter in Gaza

Jessica Buxbaum | Mint Press News | May 20, 2021

Military sales to Israel generate massive profits for these American corporations. Boeing secured a $2.4 billion sale to Israel from the U.S. State Department last year. In February, the aerospace behemoth scored a whopping $9 billion deal with Israel’s Ministry of Defense.

USA: Boeing criminally charged for lying about 737 Max crashes, fined $2.5 billion

Sean O'Kane | The Verge | January 7, 2021

Boeing has been criminally charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States by the Department of Justice and will have to pay a $2.5 billion fine for lying to the Federal Aviation Administration before and after the fatal 737 Max crashes in 2018 and 2019.

USA: Boeing to pay Kenyan family Sh327m over Ethiopian plane crash

Otiato Guguyu | Business Daily Africa | December 15, 2020

A Kenyan family of a victim of the 2019 Ethiopian Airline crash has agreed to settlement of Sh327 million to drop a court case against American aircraft maker Boeing. This is the first settlement in a case by Ribbeck Law Chartered which sued Boeing for Sh109 billion on behalf of some families who lost their loved ones in the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 2019 crash that killed all 149 people on board.

USA: Congressional Inquiry Faults Boeing And FAA Failures For Deadly 737 Max Plane Crashes

David Shaper | NPR | September 16, 2020

A sweeping congressional inquiry into the development and certification of Boeing's troubled 737 Max airplane finds damning evidence of failures at both Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration that "played instrumental and causative roles" in two fatal crashes that killed a total of 346 people.

USA: Boeing Faces $20 Million Fine by Federal Aviation Administration

Niraj Chokshi & David Gelles | The New York Times | March 6, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration recommended on Friday that Boeing be fined nearly $20 million for installing equipment in the 737 Max and other aircraft before its approval.

Boeing's Responsibility Concealed during Turkish Airlines Deadly 2009 Crash Investigation, New Report Finds

Fabienne Lang | Interesting Engineering | January 21, 2020

The two Boeing 737 Max crashes in 2019 may have been prevented had the 2009 investigation been publicly disclosed.

Indonesia: Boeing 737 Max Lion Air crash caused by series of failures

BBC | October 25, 2019

A series of failures led to the crash of a Lion Air flight, which killed 189 people and led to the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, a report has found. Investigators said faults by Boeing, Lion Air and pilots caused the crash.

Boeing settles first 737 Max lawsuits with families of Indonesia crash victims

Phil LeBeau | CNBC | September 25, 2019

Almost a year after a Lion Air 737 Max crashed off the coast of Indonesia killing 189 people, Boeing has started settling some of the lawsuits brought by the families of victims. Reuters, which first reported the settlements, said each of the families of those killed will receive at least $1.2 million.

USA: Here’s Exactly Who’s Profiting from the War on Yemen

Alex Kane | In These Times | May 20, 2019

Fragments of the bombs were documented by journalists and HRW with help from Mastaba villagers. An HRW munitions expert determined the bombs were 2,000-pound MK-84s, manufactured by General Dynamics. Based in Falls Church, Va., General Dynamics is the world’s sixth most profitable arms manufacturer. One of the bombs used a satellite guidance kit from Chicago-based Boeing, the world’s second-most profitable weapons company.

Boeing fined $12m by US for 'multiple' issues

BBC | December 22, 2015

Aircraft maker Boeing is to pay a $12m (£8m) fine for "multiple pending and potential enforcement cases", the US air regulator has said. The firm failed to meet a deadline to provide fuel tank safety instructions to airlines, among other issues, the Federal Aviation Administration said.


Environmental Impacts
USA: Cleanup started after chemical spill near St. Louis airport

Anne Stegen & Justina Coronel | KSDK | June 27, 2023

The EPA said the spill of 1,000 gallons of wastewater from the Boeing Co. "likely made its way to Coldwater Creek."

Israel Bans Boeing 747s Because of Air Pollution. What It Means.

Callum Keown | Barron's | September 5, 2022

Israel will ban four-engine aircrafts, including Boeing 747s and Airbus A380s, from March next year to reduce noise and air pollution...

USA: L.A. water board approves controversial agreement with Boeing over toxic site

Tony Briscoe | Los Angeles Times | August 12, 2022

Despite the heated objections of neighbors and environmentalists, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board voted unanimously Thursday to approve an agreement with Boeing Co. that seeks to ensure polluted stormwater isn’t still flowing into local creeks and the Los Angeles River after the company cleans up the notoriously toxic Santa Susana Field Laboratory.

USA: Port of Seattle sues Boeing over Duwamish cleanup costs

Lewis Kamb | Axios | July 22, 2022

The taxpayer-funded Port of Seattle has sued Boeing, claiming it unfairly spent millions of dollars on years of planning to clean up pollution in the Lower Duwamish Waterway (LWD) that was mostly caused by the aerospace giant.

USA: How Boeing created a nature preserve that may also preserve pollution

Jaimi Dowdell & Andrea Januta | Reuters | July 20, 2022

Boeing and dozens of other companies have granted “conservation easements” on some of the most contaminated land in the U.S. Companies can save millions on cleanups with these deals, arguing that no one will ever live there. Neighbors of one site are up in arms.

USA: Washington state proposal targets Boeing plant’s pollution

AP News | April 14, 2021

Boeing will spend millions of dollars and decades cleaning up pollutants that have seeped into the soil and groundwater beneath one of their plants in Washington state, a state-mandated draft proposal said.

USA: Boeing Cleans Up Its Act: Will Pay $750,000 and Implement Overdue Improvements to Tukwila Facility

Puget Soundkeeper | February 26, 2020

On February 25th, Puget Soundkeeper, Waste Action Project, and the Boeing Company filed a consent decree to address multiple violations of state and federal water quality and pollution control standards at Boeing’s Military Delivery Center (Boeing MDC).

Employment Practices
& Relations
USA: Boeing Employee Alleges Racial, Religious Discrimination

Peter Hayes | Bloomberg | October 30, 2020

Boeing Co. is facing claims of racial and religious discrimination by an employee who alleges her supervisors made disparaging comments about her and repeatedly passed her up for promotions because she is Black and a Muslim, in a suit filed in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

USA: ‘The only ones not paying for Boeing’s mistakes is Boeing': laid-off supply workers voice their anger

Michael Sainato | The Guardian | February 1, 2020

Thousands of US workers have suffered job cuts and loss of hours – while Boeing’s former boss walks away with $62m.

USA: Boeing’s fired CEO keeps $80 million in pay and benefits despite crashes, cover ups, and scandal

Max de Haldevang | Quartz | January 11, 2020

Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s former CEO, left the company with $80.7 million in pay and benefits, after being fired over two aircraft crashes that killed 346 people in total. His compensation dwarfs the $50 million set aside for families of the crash victims.

USA: Boeing 737 Max Factory Was Plagued With Problems, Whistle-Blower Says

David Gelles | The New York Times | December 9, 2019

Employees at the Renton, Wash., factory where the Max is produced were overworked, exhausted and making mistakes, Mr. Pierson said in an interview. A cascade of damaged parts, missing tools and incomplete instructions was preventing planes from being built on time. Executives were pressuring workers to complete planes despite staff shortages and a chaotic factory floor.

USA: Southwest pilots sue Boeing for misleading them on 737 MAX

Tracy Rucinski | Reuters | October 7, 2019

The grounding of the 737 MAX in March has wiped out more than 30,000 Southwest Airlines flights, causing over $100 million in lost wages for pilots, the union said.

USA: Southwest pilots to seek Boeing compensation for subpoena expenses

Tracy Rucinski | Reuters | June 19, 2019

Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA) plans to seek compensation from Boeing Co for “every dollar” of money spent cooperating with the U.S. Justice Department’s criminal probe into two 737 MAX crashes, its president said in a letter to pilots.

USA: 'It's because we were union members': Boeing fires workers who organized

Michael Sainato | The Guardian | May 3, 2019

Mester and his colleagues believe their plight is intrinsically linked to Boeing’s attempts to stifle unionization of the workforce in its important South Carolina operations – a workplace that has become an important battleground for both America’s labor movement and the aircraft giant.

USA: Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

Natalie Kitroeff & David Gelles | The New York Times | April 20, 2019

A New York Times review of hundreds of pages of internal emails, corporate documents and federal records, as well as interviews with more than a dozen current and former employees, reveals a culture that often valued production speed over quality. Facing long manufacturing delays, Boeing pushed its work force to quickly turn out Dreamliners, at times ignoring issues raised by employees.

DRC: Open letter to anyone who uses a smartphone, drives an electric car, or flies on a plane

Siddharth Kara | Thomson Reuters News Foundation | September 18, 2018

Companies such as Apple, Google, Samsung, Tesla, Boeing, and dozens more that buy cobalt sourced from the DRC are aware of the appalling conditions in which cobalt can be mined, yet no one appears willing to address the situation. Make no mistake - the supply chain of cobalt from the Congo is smeared in blood and misery. 

USA: Lawsuit: Boeing jets flood cabin air with toxic fumes

Chris Isidore | CNN | June 24, 2015

Boeing planes have a design flaw that can flood the cabin air with toxic fumes, according to a lawsuit filed by four flight attendants.

USA: Boeing Settles Sex-Bias Lawsuit: Thousands of Women Win in Payout of As Much as $72.5 Million

Renae Merle | Washington Post | July 17, 2004

Boeing Co. agreed yesterday to pay up to $72.5 million to settle a sex-discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of 29,000 current and former female employees at its Seattle area facilities, where it primarily builds commercial aircraft.

USA: Boeing Pays Worker With Cancer $500,000

Michael Zielenziger | Washington Post | August 17, 1990

A Boeing Co. technician diagnosed with a rare form of terminal leukemia has won a landmark settlement from the aerospace giant after charging he was used as an unwitting guinea pig in tests to determine the medical effect of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) radiation on humans.


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New report: Largest European banks bankroll high-risk arms traders

PAX for Peace | Bank Track | July 12, 2022

Deutsche Bank invests almost 15 billion euro in eleven companies. The largest amount in financing by this bank goes to Boeing and Raytheon. These companies provided tens of thousands of bombs to Saudi Arabia. 

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USA: Tester didn’t disclose meeting at Boeing and raked in lobbyists’ cash while weighing Federal Aviation Administration nom

Daniel Lippman & Caitlin Oprysko | Politico | July 19, 2023

Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) didn’t disclose a meeting last October on his public calendar at a Boeing facility in Arizona that was attended by a registered lobbyist for the company, despite his promise to post details of his public schedule.

Ukrainian oligarch fighting extradition to Chicago angling for misdemeanor deal

Chuck Goudie, Barb Markoff & Christine Tressel | ABC News | April 25, 2023

Even though Firtash has never been to Chicago, prosecutors in the city said the scheme involved at least $18.5 million in corrupt payments linked to a titanium deal with Chicago-based Boeing.

USA: Boeing’s Lobbying Blitz

Jarod Facundo | The American Prospect | December 16, 2022

The airplane maker is scrambling to get a deadline for improving cockpit safety systems on all planes pushed back.

US corporations gave more than $8m to election deniers’ midterm campaigns

Ed Pilkington | The Guardian | November 23, 2022

Boeing released a statement days after the insurrection in which it said it “strongly condemns the violence, lawlessness and destruction that took place in the US Capitol”. In the 2022 cycle the Boeing Company Pac contributed $418,000 to support Republican candidates who had been vocal in forwarding lies questioning the validity of the 2020 presidential election.

USA: FAA and Boeing manipulated 737 Max tests during recertification

Sean O'Kane | The Verge | December 18, 2020

Boeing “inappropriately coached” some FAA test pilots to reach a desired outcome during the recertification tests, and some were even performed on simulators that weren’t equipped to re-create the same conditions as the crashes.

USA: Boeing could be fined £1m for pressuring aircraft safety reps to ‘perform inspections more quickly’

Helen Coffey | The Independent | August 10, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has accused the planemaker of “pressuring,” “harassing,” and “berating the performance of” engineers, inspectors and managers on the oversight team in charge of quality control at the company’s plant in South Carolina.

USA: Before Deadly Crashes, Boeing Pushed for Law That Undercut Oversight

Natalie Kitroeff & David Gelles | The New York Times | October 27, 2019

With a few short paragraphs tucked into 463 pages of legislation last year, Boeing scored one of its biggest lobbying wins: a law that undercuts the government’s role in approving the design of new airplanes.

USA: Ex-Boeing CFO Pleads Guilty in Druyun Case

Jerry Markon & Renae Merle | Washington Post | November 16, 2004

The former chief financial officer for Boeing Co. pleaded guilty yesterday to a conflict-of-interest charge, admitting his role in the illegal hiring of an Air Force official who was overseeing military contracts involving the aerospace giant.

USA: Bush administration embroiled in Boeing scandal

Joseph Kay | World Socialist Web Site | December 17, 2003

Boeing lobbyists, Air Force officials with close ties to the company, and individuals on the influential Defense Policy Board, including Richard Perle, a key political ally of the Pentagon’s right-wing civilian leadership, all pushed the deal, which amounted essentially to a multibillion-dollar subsidy to Boeing.

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Tax Havens
& Evasion
USA: Avoid Taxes, Receive Federal Bailouts

Alexander Sammon | The American Prospect | March 25, 2020

Over the ten years prior to the Trump administration’s 2017 cut to the corporate tax rate, a time when corporations were levied at 35 percent, Boeing paid an effective federal tax rate of 8.4 percent on $54.7 billion of U.S. profits. Often, the company has paid negative income tax rates. To top things off, it took home an extra $1.1 billion after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passage.

Microsoft, Boeing Among Corporations With Billions Stashed in Offshore Tax Havens

Ansel Herz | The Stranger | April 19, 2016

The Oxfam analysis shows that local corporate heavyweight Microsoft has stashed a monumental $108 billion in offshore tax havens, while Boeing has put away a comparatively paltry $800 million.

USA: Boeing Paid Tax Rate of 8.4% in Previous Decade, But Trump to Speak About Why It Needed His Corporate Tax Cut

Matthew Gardner | ITEP | March 14, 2015

For the second time in seven months, President Trump will visit a Boeing factory to hype corporate tax cuts. He’s chosen the wrong poster child. If there was something preventing the aerospace giant from expanding its business before the Trump-GOP tax law, it certainly wasn’t taxes.

USA: Six Rigged Rules Corporations Use to Dodge Taxes

Sarah Anderson | The Nation | April 16, 2012

In each of the past nine years, Boeing has reported at least $1 billion in pre-tax profits, yet in only one did it pay any US corporate income taxes. In fact, the aerospace giant got so much money in tax subsidies that it had an effective tax rate of -7.8 percent during this period.

USA: Ex-Boeing manager admits tax evasion

Mike Carter | Seattle Times | October 6, 2009

Roberto Cittadini, a former Boeing sales manager, has pleaded guilty to tax evasion for trying to hide nearly $2 million from the Internal Revenue Service in a Swiss bank account.

Major Projects
USA: 'Appalling': Biden State Department Quietly Grants Boeing an Export License for $735 Million Bomb Sale to Israel

Jake Johnson | Common Dreams | May 26, 2021

"Remember that these are weapons of war and destruction that will be used to kill children, bomb hospitals, homes, and schools—lives literally hang in the balance."

USA: Corporations Will Not Save Us: The Sham of Corporate Social Responsibility

Robert Reich | Common Dreams | May 5, 2020

Dennis Muilenburg, the former CEO of Boeing, also committed to the phony Business Roundtable pledge. Shortly after making the commitment to "deliver value to customers," Muilenburg was fired for failing to act to address the safety problems that caused the 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people... He was rewarded with a $62 million farewell gift from Boeing on his way out.


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USA: Boeing received 'unnecessary' contract boost for astronaut capsule, watchdog says

Joey Roulette | Reuters | November 14, 2019

Boeing’s multibillion dollar contract to build U.S. astronaut capsules received an “unnecessary” extension from NASA, a watchdog report said on Thursday, the latest management blunders in the agency’s program to restart domestic human spaceflight.

Boeing Company to Pay U.S. $25 Million to Resolve Allegations

U.S. Department of Justice | August 13, 2009

The Boeing Company will pay the United States $25 million to resolve allegations that the company performed defective work on the entire KC-10 Extender fleet, the Justice Department announced today.

Boeing to Pay United States Record $615 Million to Resolve Fraud Allegations

U.S. Department of Justice | June 30, 2006

Deputy Attorney General Paul J. McNulty announced today that the United States reached final agreement with The Boeing Company on a record $615 million settlement to resolve criminal and civil allegations that the company improperly used competitors’ information to procure contracts for launch services worth billions of dollars from the Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

USA: NASA Space Shuttle Contractors Settle Fraud Allegations: Boeing, United Space Alliance to Pay Fine

U.S. Department of Justice | November 9, 2000

The Boeing Company of Seattle and Houston-based United Space Alliance have agreed to pay a total of $825,000 and to give up their rights to $1.2 million in unpaid invoices to settle allegations relating to false claims submitted to the government between 1986 and 1992 under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Space Shuttle and Space Station Freedom programs, the Justice Department announced today.

USA: McDonnell Douglas Settles Allegations of Mischarging

U.S. Department of Justice | November 19, 1997

McDonnell Douglas Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, will pay the United States $2 million to settle allegations it overcharged the government to repair equipment used to manufacture aircraft under a military contract, the Department of Justice announced today.

Boeing Pays $75 Million to Settle U.S. Overcharging Case

The New York Times | April 30, 1994

The Boeing Company has paid $75 million to settle accusations that it systematically overcharged and mischarged the Government on military contracts, the company and the United States Attorney's office said today.

USA: Guilty Plea From Boeing In Data Case

The New York Times | November 14, 1989

The Boeing Company pleaded guilty today to two felony charges of ''unauthorized conveyance'' of secret Pentagon budget documents and agreed to pay more than $5.2 million in fines and restitution.

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