Lockheed CEO Tells Trump Of New Hires, Cost Cuts

Credit: USAF
Lockheed Martin Chairman President and CEO Marillyn Hewson told President-elect Donald Trump on Jan. 13 that the F-35 provider was close to striking another production-lot contract that would see “significantly” lower unit costs of future Joint Strike Fighters. She also told Trump the company will...

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