Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT)

Is Trump’s Massive Defense Spending Not Enough? 4 Top Stocks to Buy Now

One of the platforms that President Trump relied heavily on during the campaign was rebuilding our military, and with good reason. Despite the fact that defense spending dominates our budget, ...
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Bell helicopter

Honeywell Cuts Estimate on Global Helicopter Sales

Slow global economic growth and continued volatility in the energy markets have led Honeywell International Inc. (NYSE: HON) to lower its estimate of global demand for civilian-use helicopters by about ...
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Software

10 Cities and 10 Companies Where Tech Talent Is Way Underpaid

A software engineer at Twitter who earns a base salary of $160,000 told The Guardian earlier this week that his pay is "pretty bad" when it comes to raising a ...
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F-35B

Does Lockheed Martin Profit More From War Than Any Other Company?

Senator John McCain, chair of the Armed Services Committee, recently proposed that the defense budget rise to $640 billion, a huge jump from previous years. The committee suggested that spending ...
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M-346 Jet Trainer

Leonardo Back in the Running with Boeing, Lockheed for Air Force Training Jet

After parting company with two erstwhile U.S. partners, Italy's Leonardo has finally found a U.S.-based partner that can't refuse. The company's U.S. subsidiary, DRS Technologies, will be the prime contractor on ...
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Boeing T-X peek

Boeing, Lockheed: Mano a Mano for Air Force T-X Contract?

Just last week one of five potential bidders dropped out of the race for a $16 billion U.S. Air Force contract to supply 350 new T-X training jets. On Wednesday, another ...
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Lockheed T-50

Boeing, Lockheed May Duel Alone for Air Force Training Jet

The competitive bidding for a $16 billion contract to supply the U.S. Air Force with a new training jet may be winnowed from its current number of potential bidders. Aviation ...
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boeing-t-x-rollout

Why Analysts Are Chasing Boeing Shares Higher Again

Now that Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has set new 52-week highs on consecutive days, thanks to a better-than-expected earnings report, several analysts have weighed in on the company's performance for ...
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KC-46A F/A-18

Boeing Takes Hit on Tanker, Faces Less Competition for New Training Jet

It's another good news/bad news day for Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA). First the bad news: During its earnings conference call on Wednesday, the company said it took a fourth-quarter charge on ...
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F-35AB-LMT

As Top Government Contractor, Lockheed Martin’s Risks Multiply Fast (Unless McCain Can Save It)

The Federal Procurement Data System puts out a list of the 100 largest government contractors each year. Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT), already targeted by Donald Trump over the costs ...
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SpaceXDragon

China’s Landspace Technology May Be SpaceX Competition

SpaceX two-stage Falcon rocket launched 10 satellites and then its first stage section returned to earth. At this point, it would appear the company has no worth competitors. This may ...
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Boeing 787-10

How Boeing Can Overcome Its Bull/Bear Case in 2017

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) spent much of 2016 in the dog house, but a 19% rally in the fourth quarter enabled the stock to generate a total return of 11.3% ...
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E-8C Joint STARS

Air Force Seeking Bids to Replace JSTARS Surveillance Planes

The last week of 2016 was a busy one for the U.S. Air Force and some of its largest civilian contractors. The Air Force on Friday released its final request ...
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Boeing T-X peek

Competition for Air Force Training Jet Now Begins in Earnest

The U.S. Air Force released its final request for proposal (RFP) on Friday for a fleet of some 350 new training jets, called the T-X for now, to replace the ...
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Twitter

Donald Trump Cannot Save Twitter

The president-elect has turned Twitter into a replacement, in terms of covering the head of the world's most powerful nation, for network television news, cable television news, radio news, newspapers ...
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