Boeing to Pay $12 Million to Settle U.S. Jet-Safety CasesBy
Settlement is U.S. FAA's second-highest enforcement case ever
Some provisions in accord are already in place, company says
Boeing Co. agreed to pay a $12 million penalty to the U.S. government and make broad changes in how it builds commercial aircraft to settle complaints that its safety and quality processes fell short of standards.
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