For U.S. defense companies, value creation in the past 10-15 years has been achieved mainly by return of cash flow to shareholders, margin and cash-flow maintenance via head-count reduction and, for some, facilities consolidation, international growth and program execution. Growth investors have replaced value-oriented shareholders, so profitable sales growth has emerged as a more important factor for management to drive value higher. The Trump administration could recast some of these ...

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