EADS North America CEO Sean O’Keefe acknowledges that his unit of the European aerospace company will fall short of meeting a long-held goal of having $10 billion in revenues in North America by 2020. “Absent an acquisition or merger, it sure doesn’t look like that is likely. I would not bet on that,” O’Keefe told reporters during a roundtable breakfast in advance of the Paris air show next week. O’Keefe, like his predecessor, Ralph Crosby, says he continues to assess merger and ...
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