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The Non-Bailout: How the Fed Saved Boeing Without Paying a Dime

(Bloomberg) — Less than two months ago Boeing Co. went to Washington, hat in hand, asking for a $60 billion bailout for itself and its suppliers. The company, which had spent heavily on stock buybacks and was still reeling from the 737 Max disaster, was an un…
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