Lockheed Martin CEO Bob Stevens's legacy will be that of a fixer and a builder. Will his anointed successor, Chris Kubasik, make his mark as a buyer? Stevens, who has led the Pentagon's largest contactor since 2004, is planning to step down as CEO at the end of the year. During nearly eight years on the job, he completed the integration of a diffuse patchwork of aerospace operations that had been slammed together during the defense industry's post-Cold War consolidation. In the process, ...
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