U.S. military-services providers—once eye-catching beneficiaries of the Pentagon’s post-9/11 spending binge—have become the latest victims of sequestration-era defense budgets and pressures triggering corporate earthquakes. Come September, DynCorp International could have its third CEO in as many months, while L-3 Communications may still be struggling to file regular financial results for the quarter that ended June 30 due to internal fraud. ManTech International, ...
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