Rarely do a socialist democrat and a Tea Party Republican agree on much in Washington these days, except for this: Defense contractors that make more than 15% from the government make too much profit. And they had better turn over their price and cost data to federal officials when asked, whether the law requires it or not. That extraordinary bipartisan agreement is one conclusion from a May 15 congressional hearing that saw TransDigm Group’s top two executives grilled over profit ...

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