Boeing will replace its CEO, after hundreds were killed in the fatal 737 Max plane crashes and the company struggles to recover.
A flight-control system pushed the nose of two 737 Max planes down before crashes that killed 346 people.
After 346 deaths, Dennis Muilenburg faced tough questions on why more wasn't done to address safety concerns about the plane.
Dennis Muilenburg conceded the planemaker made an error in its in handling of a warning-system problem in its 737 Max jet.
Dennis Muilenburg told CBS the plane manufacturer also apologizes "more broadly to the traveling public where confidence has been affected."