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When he was named Boeing’s treasurer in April 2008, David Dohnalek could not have imagined the liquidity issues the company would be facing a scant six months later. Boeing does half its business with the U.S. government through defense contracts and the other half with commercial customers. The company, with $68 billion in 2009 revenue, normally has strong working capital thanks to how it structures its contracts.

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