Defense firms could see billions of dollars from arrangements made in India, but guarding their proprietary technology takes center stage before any deals are inked.
This deal wouldn't have gone through a year ago.
On digital, 'we have a focused strategy that I believe is best for our customers and for GE,' John Flannery says.
The firm is moving its headquarters from Rhode Island because it is said to be seeking a tax break from Massachusetts.
The stock has upside resistance to break above before it becomes a long candidate.
The target has been beaten down by one mishap after another since it was formed in April 2014 through the $2.3 billion merger of Orbital Sciences and Alliant Techsystems. Now Northrop will scoop it up for $7.8 billion, continuing the recent defense M&A spree.
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Orbital has multiple contracts with the U.S. government.
New CEO is unclear about whether the 4% dividend will remain.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is coming off its best week since December and the S & P 500 is sitting above 2500.
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North Korea launched another missile.
Hurricanes Irma and Harvey are weighing on shares of the major airliners as concerns over higher jet-fuel costs loom.