Less than a dozen people were involved, according to a source knowledgeable about the details, none of them high-ranking managers.
Boeing fired a small number of employees earlier this week for sexting at work, according to a person with knowledge of the details.
The person said “less than a dozen” people were involved, none of them executives or high-ranking managers. The investigation into the incident is now closed, the person said.
Boeing in a statement confirmed the company “has taken disciplinary action, including dismissal, against a small number of employees for inappropriate personal behavior.”
“The actions of a few in no way represent our thousands of employees,” the statement added.
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The company declined further comment.