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Former Boeing CEO Muilenburg’s SPAC Files to Raise $200 Million

  • Blank-check company is seeking a target in space, defense
  • Muilenberg is latest high-profile executive to do a SPAC
Dennis Muilenburg

Dennis Muilenburg

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Dennis Muilenburg, the former chief executive officer of Boeing Co. who stepped down during the 737 Max crisis, has filed for a blank-check company.

His special purpose acquisition company is called New Vista Acquisition and is seeking to raise $200 million, a filing showed, which confirmed an earlier Bloomberg News report. It intends to focus on finding a target in the space, defense and communications and the advanced air mobility and logistics industries.