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November 26, 2012
04:55 EDTGD, GD, GD, GD, HXL, HXL, HXL, HXL, BAESY, BAESY, BAESY, BAESY, RTN, RTN, RTN, RTN, SPA, SPA, SPA, SPA, AA, AA, AA, AA, HON, HON, HON, HON, NOC, NOC, NOC, NOC, BA, BA, BA, BA, SSYS, SSYS, SSYS, SSYS, LMT, LMT, LMT, LMT, DASTY, DASTY, DASTY, DASTYUniversal Technology Corporation to host a conference
Defense Manufacturing Conference: DMC 2012 is being held in Orlando on November 26-29.
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March 18, 2015
09:35 EDTBAFedEx says not defering plane deliveries due to low fuel costs
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06:38 EDTBABoeing looking to potential Malaysia deal to boost fighter jets, Reuters says
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06:36 EDTBABoeing turns to cargo jets to overcome West coast port disruptions, WSJ says
Boeing (GE) and its suppliers -- including General Electric (GE) -- have turned to using large Ukrainian "Antonov" cargo jets to overcome supply disruptions at U.S. West coast ports, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing statements by Boeing Commercial CEO Ray Conner, who said disruptions continued even after the ports reached a deal earlier in March. "We’re still dealing with the congestion of all the things that are stuck in those ports right now," added Conner. A Boeing spokesperson said there had been "no effect" on deliveries to airlines. Reference Link
March 17, 2015
14:41 EDTLMTLockheed Martin nearing F-16 upgrade deal with Singapore, Defense News says
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14:35 EDTAAAlcoa to curtail 443,000 mtpy of alumina refining capacity at Suralco
Lightweight metals leader Alcoa announced that it plans to curtail 443,000 metric tons per year of alumina refining capacity at Suralco in Suriname. In addition, the company and the Government of Suriname have agreed to pursue a transaction for a Government-owned entity to acquire the Suralco operations. The curtailment and potential transaction are in line with Alcoa’s recent announcement to review upstream capacity for possible curtailment or divestiture and the company’s strategic goal to create a globally competitive commodity business. The curtailment, which represents one digester, is expected to be complete by April 30. Both parties now intend to pursue a transaction where a Government-owned entity would acquire Suralco, including the mining, refining and Afobaka hydroelectric operations. Following the appropriate due diligence, the parties are targeting to reach agreement on the proposed transaction by July 1. The company will work closely with unions and employees to reduce the impact of the curtailment on affected employees by offering fair severance packages. The Paranam refinery and related mining operations employ approximately 700 people, in addition to contracted personnel. The net financial impact associated with the curtailment is not expected to be material to the company’s earnings.
13:01 EDTGDGeneral Dynamics unit selected for $1.3M task order
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09:34 EDTAAActive equity options trading on open
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09:06 EDTBABoeing delivers first 787-9 Dreamliner assembled at North Charleston facility
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08:17 EDTSPASparton acquires Stealth.com
Sparton announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Sparton of Canada, completed the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Stealth.com on March 16 in an all-cash transaction. “We have amassed a business in which we expect synergies to benefit our customers, our operations, and our product development. Stealth.com’s revenue is expected to enhance the company’s Engineered Components & Products segment EBITDA and be accretive to earnings within the next nine to 12 months, once integration activities are completed,” said Sparton. The transaction was funded through Sparton’s borrowings under the credit facility currently in place.
08:01 EDTRTNRaytheon awarded two contract modifications for $5M by DARPA
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07:42 EDTBABoeing may produce satellite for tech giants, Reuters says
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07:33 EDTHONHoneywell management to meet with Deutsche Bank
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07:18 EDTNOC, BA, LMTSatellite & Access Intelligence to hold a exhibition
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07:08 EDTAAAlcoa weakness creates buying opportunity, says Stifel
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March 16, 2015
16:00 EDTAAOptions Update; March 16, 2015
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15:49 EDTRTNRaytheon in talks to buy network-security company Websense, Bloomberg says
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14:25 EDTRTNRaytheon in talks to buy Websense from Vista Equity Partners, Bloomberg reports
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13:37 EDTBABoeing responds to IAM's petition to unionize Boeing South Carolina
Boeing was notified that the International Association of Machinists union has petitioned the National Labor Relations Board for a union election at the company's North Charleston, S.C., facilities. If the NLRB permits it, a vote will be scheduled for eligible teammates to decide whether they will turn over their rights to the IAM or keep a direct relationship with the company. "Boeing South Carolina teammates have done what so many people said couldn't be done. And they did it by working together, engaging every day, and truly committing themselves to the success of our site," said Beverly Wyse, Boeing South Carolina's newly appointed vice president and general manager. "And let's be really clear, the IAM was not part of this success – it was our BSC teammates. In fact, the IAM aggressively opposed it, as publicly demonstrated by their filing of a claim with the National Labor Relations Board, to try to keep our site from even opening. Now, simply by filing this petition, the same union that tried to take our jobs and our work, has already begun to divide our team at a time when we're just beginning to gel and catch a solid rhythm in production." Boeing firmly believes that a union is not in the best interest of Boeing South Carolina teammates and their families, their communities, and the state of South Carolina, especially after years of the IAM insulting the abilities of Boeing South Carolina teammates and fighting against BSC's success. "We think our Boeing South Carolina teammates deserve to pave their own future and keep their hard-earned money in their own pockets," said Wyse. "In fact, they've been very successful doing just that for the past five years. They've built not only new airplanes, but also a new site, and new opportunities for an incredible future here in South Carolina by working together as a team, without the distractions of a union. We're extremely proud of what our teammates have accomplished." Boeing South Carolina has established several outlets to keep teammates, their families and the community updated throughout this process, including a website and Facebook page that provides information, facts, data, and additional resources related to the IAM's unionizing efforts in South Carolina.
10:00 EDTBARyanair plans transatlantic service in four to five years, Financial Times says
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09:11 EDTBAViaSat and Boeing announce collaboration to offer broadband system
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