All companies have high expectations of how they will perform as a business—and predictably high opinions of how well they’re serving their customers and shareholders. You see it in their advertising campaigns, news releases, web sites, annual reports, investor briefing, and press relations. It’s called “spin,” and if it were the basis for gauging the relative competitiveness of publicly traded aerospace and defense companies, a single conclusion would jump out: As a global industry, ...
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