U.S. military services provider DynCorp International may be suffering economic headwinds lately due to Washington budget cuts and the drawdown in combat operations overseas, but its chief executive is nonetheless interested in mergers and acquisitions as other companies look to exit services businesses. “Being a pure-play services provider, I would like to remain opportunistic to take advantage of some of those decisions that might be made in those boardrooms,” DynCorp Chairman ...
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