Jim Schuster, the chairman and CEO of Raytheon Aircraft Company (RAC), who has helped turn around the Wichita aircraft manufacturer's fortunes over the past five years, believes the company is poised for even greater fiscal success under new ownership beginning later this year. Onex Corp. and investment banker Goldman Sachs agreed in December to buy RAC for $3.3 billion through an entity called GS Capital Partners (BA, Jan. 1/2). Once the sale is concluded, Schuster is expected to ...
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