Around 2.9 million vehicles are affected in the U.S.
Boeing said it expects the 737 Max will return to service sometime in the middle of 2020.
According to CNBC, the company has secured around $6 billion in loans from several banks and could borrow more.
President Trump's newly signed trade deal with China hinges on the country's ability to buy large amounts of U.S. products.
Proposed U.S. tariffs targeting French and European wine imports could have dire consequences for the U.S. wine industry.
Boeing disclosed Friday that Muilenburg is contractually owed stock and pension awards worth $62.2 million.
The nation's unemployment rate remained steady at 3.5%.
Word of the Trump Organization possibly offloading the property in Washington D.C. started to spread in October 2019.
The airline reached an agreement with Boeing on compensation for financial damages incurred from the worldwide grounding of the 737 Max jet in 2019.
Borden is the second major dairy company to file for bankruptcy protection in recent months.
The moving and storage company said it will soon implement a nicotine-free hiring policy in an effort to "[foster] a culture of wellness at U-Haul."
Pay increases are set to take effect in 20 states and more than two dozen cities and counties on Jan. 1.
The Wall Street Journal reports the agency is looking into whether the German automaker engaged in a practice known as sales punching.
Uber said Kalanick would now focus on his "new business and philanthropic endeavors."
Facebook says it will stop using the phone numbers that users provide for two-factor authentication as part of its friend-suggestions feature.
Muilenburg faced scrutiny for how he handled the grounding of the company's 737 Max aircraft after two crashes that killed 346 people.