BAE Systems aims for big growth in North America
Five-year-old BAE Systems North America Inc. is proof that a European aerospace company can thrive in the U.S. defense market. Revenue at the wholly owned subsidiary of Britain's BAE Systems plc. grew nearly 25% last year, bolstered by five acquisitions in the U.S., and is on pace to reach $6 billion this year. President and CEO Mark Ronald met at the company's Arlington, Va., office with Aviation Week & Space Technology Editor-In-Chief Anthony L. Velocci, Jr., and Business Editor Joseph ...
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