Can EADS North America gain gold out of defeat? Sam Adcock has a game plan to do just that. As senior vice president for government relations, Adcock is the top in-house lobbyist for the eight-year-old U.S. arm of the European defense giant. And although EADS is still smarting from the recent loss of the Air Force’s $35 billion tanker contract to Boeing, the company is pressing ahead with a plan to raise its U.S. revenues sevenfold by 2020, to $10 billion a year. Rather than looking ...

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