Diversified industrial companies Moog and Eaton saw the strength of their aerospace segments lift their quarterly results, even as the weakening global economy took its toll on the other parts of their businesses. Moog reported sales of $71 million for its Space and Defense segment in its first-quarter results, up 24 percent from the same period a year earlier. Military aircraft sales reached $106 million, up 16 percent, on the strength of sales of the V-22, the F-35 and the Indian Light ...

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