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Why was Boeing slow to act on 737 Max concerns?
The US federal aviation administration has followed China, Europe and Canada in grounding Boeing’s fleet of 737 Max aircraft following two fatal crashes, raising questions about why it took so long to for the US to act. Katie Martin discusses what we know so far with Sylvia Pfeifer and Josh Spero.Contributors: Katie Martin, capital markets editor, Sylvia Pfeifer, acting industry editor and Josh Spero, transport correspondent. Producer: Fiona Symon
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Looking For Fixes: Falling Birth Rates, FAA and Boeing, Office Distractions
There’s a baby bust in the US: A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that last year’s birth rate was down 2 percent from 2017 - and was the lowest in 32 years. We’ll explain why fewer babies could be a problem for the economy. Meanwhile, the acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration was taking heat on Capitol Hill today. This hearing comes two months after the administration grounded the Boeing 737 Max airplanes following two deadly crashes. We’ll tell you why lawmakers are concerned about how the FAA gives planes the green light. Also on today’s episode: social media influencers are feeling the gender pay gap, and how your co-workers are keeping you from doing your job.