UTX) Pratt & Whitney was the third final contender for the project, which is reportedly worth up to $40 billion over the next 25 years. Boeing expects to launch the plane this year.
Though its post-earnings selloff is a cautionary tale for investors in software high-flyers, Red Hat still has a lot going for it long-term.
The chip giant's next leader would do well to make larger PC-related investments following years of cutbacks, and might also shake up Intel's manufacturing efforts following years of delays.
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