WASHINGTON—Triumph Group is rushing toward the potential climax of its three-year restructuring, the major aerostructures provider’s chief executive indicated Feb. 7, but the supplier is cutting another 600 jobs and looking at a few more business unit divestitures on top of a slew of recently jettisoned work. Triumph CEO and President Dan Crowley listed the provider’s work on the Embraer E2 and Gulfstream G280 as targets for divestiture and said his company was in talks ...

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