Eurocopter CEO: Intellectual Property Concerns Swayed JMR Pullout

PARIS — Concerns over the intellectual property (IP) rights of its X3 high-speed technology helped to sway Eurocopter and EADS North America (EADS NA) to withdraw from the U.S. Army’s Joint Multi-Role advanced-rotorcraft technology demonstration program. While EADS NA North America CEO Sean O’Keefe...

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