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October 5, 2012
17:09 EDTUTX, GYGenCorp acquisition of Rocketdyne delayed pending FTC approval
On October 4, GenCorp (GY) received a request for additional information from the Federal Trade Commission in connection with the proposed acquisition of the Rocketdyne division of United Technologies (UTX), an agreement previously disclosed on July 22. United Technologies also received a request from the FTC on the same date. The FTC’s requests extend the waiting period during which the parties may not close the acquisition until 30 days after GenCorp and United Technologies have substantially complied with the requests. GenCorp now expects to close the acquisition in 1H13.
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October 8, 2015
10:00 EDTUTXOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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09:01 EDTUTXJPMorgan hosts an Electrical Equipment/Analyst Industry conference call
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07:15 EDTUTXUnited Technologies initiated with a Neutral at JPMorgan
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October 2, 2015
12:23 EDTUTXSupply chain issues impact Pratt & Whitney production this summer, WSJ says
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October 1, 2015
18:19 EDTUTXSikorsky Aircraft awarded $189.43M government contract
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September 30, 2015
19:57 EDTUTXDoD concerned about 'excessive consolidation' after Lockheed-Sikorsky deal
Frank Kendall, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, said in a statement earlier Wednesday that alluded to Lockheed Martin's (LMT) acquisition of United Technology's (UTX) Sikorsky unit, "With size comes power, and the department's experience with large defense contractors is that they are not hesitant to use this power for corporate advantage." Kendall added that the DoD would work with Congress to "explore additional legal tools and policy to preserve the diversity and spirit of innovation that have been central to the health and strength of our unique, strategic defense industrial base, particularly at the prime contractor level." Reacting to Kendall's statement, Lockheed spokesman Dan Nelson said, "There is no evidence to support the view that larger defense companies reduce competition or inhibit innovation... We believe that defense contractors should continue to be assessed based on the performance and effectiveness of the products and solutions offered, not on the size of their company."
September 28, 2015
15:33 EDTUTXPratt & Whitney renews JV agreement for training center in Beijing
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September 24, 2015
08:04 EDTUTXLockheed Martin reports expiration of HSR waiting period for Sikorsky deal
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