Raytheon and United Technologies shareowners “overwhelmingly” approved all shareholder proposals necessary to complete the merger of UTC’s aerospace businesses, comprising Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney, with Raytheon, the companies announced Oct. 11. “Today is an important milestone in our transformational merger, which will define the future of aerospace and defense,” said United Technologies Chairman and CEO Greg Hayes, who will be chief executive ...

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