The Boeing Co. won't look to take a tax deduction on a $615 million settlement it paid to settle federal ethics charges.
The aerospace company made the deal in May to end a three-year investigation and avoid criminal charges over allegations that it had improperly acquired proprietary documents from rival Lockheed Martin, as well as illegally recruited a top Air Force weapons buyer who was overseeing Boeing contracts.
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