Raytheon Busy Positioning For Post-Pandemic Growth

Greg Hayes
Credit: Raytheon
Raytheon Technologies expects to end 2020 with $10 billion in cash on hand, in part thanks to a new deal to sell its Forcepoint cybersecurity business, but also due to 20% fewer commercial aerospace employees, executives said Oct. 27. The moves come as the company, the result of April’s merger of...

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