When major aerospace and defense (A&D) parts provider TransDigm Group in late May announced its acquisition of Data Device Corp., a defense aftermarket-oriented connectivity, power and motion control provider, the deal stood out. First, valued at roughly $1 billion, it would be TransDigm’s second-largest transaction behind its 2010 purchase of McKechnie Aerospace, at $1.27 billion. Second, as one of the bigger A&D mergers and acquisition (M&A) deals this year, and coming ...

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