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March 15, 1989 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, Times Staff Writer
Douglas Aircraft is beset by inadequate quality on its production lines, antiquated management systems, high costs, disorderly procedures, a messy factory and looming future losses if conditions don't change. That opinion comes not from an antagonist but from Douglas' designated new president, Robert H. Hood Jr., who will take control of the McDonnell Douglas subsidiary May 1. Hood's comments Tuesday were his first in public since being named the successor to Douglas' current president, James E.
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March 15, 1989 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, Times Staff Writer
Douglas Aircraft is beset by inadequate quality on its production lines, antiquated management systems, high costs, disorderly procedures, a messy factory and looming future losses if conditions don't change. That opinion comes not from an antagonist but from Douglas' designated new president, Robert H. Hood Jr., who will take control of the McDonnell Douglas subsidiary May 1. Hood's comments Tuesday were his first in public since being named the successor to Douglas' current president, James E.
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