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NECN is kicking off a new occasional feature this month – the first in a series of speeches from some of the world's top business leaders. NECN is working with the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston and the Carroll School of Management at Boston College to bring you this series on NECN and online at NECN.com. The Club and the Carroll School sponsor a speakers’ series at which some of the world's leading executives take on some of the challenges facing business today. In this installment, the Chairman, President and CEO of Boeing, James McNerney, discusses his industry - aviation. McNerney is a native New Englander, originally from Providence, Rhode Island, who went on to attend Harvard and Yale. Now he runs the world's largest airplane manufacturer. – a $66 billion business, with more than 160-thousand employees. Here now, James McNerney.