Boeing Aerospace and Rockwell Collins earlier this year signed a strategic three-year alliance to jointly explore potentially lucrative opportunities in the global military aircraft support market -- a market that Boeing says is worth $70 billion a year. The companies have not announced specific contracts, but analysts agree it makes sense for integrators like Boeing and suppliers like Rockwell Collins to align themselves to not only increase marketshare but also share liabilities. It's ...
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