NEW REALITY: Business spin-offs and divestitures — like Northrop Grumman’s recent shedding of its shipbuilding unit — will become even more prevalent among aerospace and defense (A&D) companies as they focus on rebalancing their portfolios during a period of slower organic growth, according to consultants at PricewaterhouseCoopers’s A&D practice. Meanwhile, defense-related revenue is expected to be “fairly” consistent with 2010 levels although profits should be “modestly” higher as ...
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