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1999 Boeing/McDonnell-Douglas merger

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1999 Boeing/McDonnell-Douglas merger Merger of both companies was a no-brainer to bring in more profit and put like mind minds together to make fighting aircraft. Both were known for making military aircraft anyway so it worked out. For any negative issues dealt into the process most were mitigated mainly from the quality dealt in the product. Only negative issue could have been if the merger would actually bring in a profit. Very questionable after the big layoff of employees in the company during the time. Was a quick fix though for the profit brought in during the time, which turned out to be a success. Many employers could have anticipated a lot of negativity when the company had a big layoff. ...read more.


Most positive issues you get from the merging company are very positive from many sources. Even though the prices are steadily to high and are tagged on to people taxes and the government which is rather high for a company. Still though for positive aspect the company does great work and has been great competitor to the Airbus a supposed aircraft company from Europe. Government had many questions about the company and rather it would be needed for the future after 2001 and the attack of the twin towers the positive aspect must have jumped at a very high rate. Boeing/McDonnell-Douglas had more positive success in smaller jet markets than in higher market because of the price involved. ...read more.


For the long run reinforcing some plans would be the best decision to succeeding. Think about it the internet is the leading technology for anything that you need anymore. How can that help with Boeing? Think about it if you can build sub-contracting jobs or small aircraft projects they will steadily bring in profit necessary for positive recognition. If you really want to get more in depth about Boeing and the McDonnell-Douglas I would recommend checking out: Pogo.org just push the ctrl button and click and will learn the positives and negatives each describe. Pogo I use for couple of the projects I have completed. Toward the project I found the website helpful it provided great truth on the positive and negative aspects. Resource Used http://www.pogo.org/pogo-files/alerts/national-security/ns-dcm-19970101.html ...read more.

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