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BAE Systems Is On A Roll
BAE Systems (OTCPK:BAESY) (OTCPK:BAESF) announced today that it has secured a �1.7bn ($3bn) deal to provide Hawk trainer jets to Saudi Arabia.
BAE confirm �1.6bn Saudi Hawk deal will secure 250 jobs  ITV News
Tanks and goodnight: Historic defence factory to close with loss of hundreds ...
Defence giant BAE Systems is axing more than 600 jobs and shutting a historic factory in the North East, it was announced today.
BAE to close Newcastle factory  ITV News
Cameron's F-35 U-turn: BAE Systems still calls the shots at No 10
And this would be terrible news for the company which has those fat service contracts under which those planes are run, the company which built the British parts of them: namely BAE Systems plc. This firm is nowadays a multinational which makes most of ...
BAE Systems to sell Safariland to private investment firm
BAE Systems Inc. said Wednesday that it will sell Safariland LLC to a private investment firm for $114 million. The company expects the sale to be finalized in the second or third quarter of 2012 to a newly formed investment vehicle affiliated with the ...
BAE Systems begins trials of unmanned aircraft system
Lambert Dopping-Hepenstal, programme director of ASTRAEA and engineering director of systems and strategy at BAE, said these additional systems were needed to make unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) suitable for use in civil aerospace. 'We can't set up ...
Exclusive: Warburg tops $5 billion mark for fund: sources
Warburg's past and current profitable investments include software company BAE Systems Plc (BAES.L), European pharma company Zentiva ROSCD.
Jobs safeguarded and created by new submarine contract
Government contracts worth �350 million to UK companies to design the next generation of nuclear submarines will see most of the work go to BAE Systems, which said it will sustain the jobs of 1,000 workers at its site in Barrow-in-Furness. The first ...
Huge section of aircraft carrier begins its journey to Rosyth
A huge section of the hull of the first of the next generation of Royal Navy aircraft carriers has begun its first journey by sea to be assembled at a Scottish shipyard.
'U-turn' on government's aircraft carrier programme
The defence secretary's decision follows a meeting with the National Security Council, in which members discussed how the F35 carrier version would have been too expensive as it required the installation of a "catapult and traps" launch system to the ...
The big engine that couldn't
Britain's Conservative prime minister, David Cameron, is happier praising employee-owned John Lewis than your average PLC (public limited company). American corporate reformers regularly cite a private firm, W.L. Gore, as a model; the maker of the ...