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Joseph C. Aneslmo

Joseph C. Aneslmo
Articles
Workforce: How A&D Stacks Up Against Silicon Valley 8
Aerospace companies compare well in incentives and benefits with tech companies such as Google, Facebook and Apple, according to survey respondents. Photo credit: Boeing
Predator C Avenger Prospects Brighten With Potential Sale To India 
GA-ASI’s jet-powered UAV has been a slow-seller, but that may be about to change.
In Strategic Play, Rockwell Collins Buys B/E Aerospace 
The deal comes at a price but adds a portfolio of popular cabin-interior products to Rockwell’s highly regarded avionics and connectivity systems.
Rockwell Collins Bets Big On Connected Cabins 
The deal comes at a price but adds a portfolio of popular cabin-interior products to Rockwell’s highly regarded avionics and connectivity systems.
Iridium's Next-Generation Satellites Are Ready, But SpaceX Is Not  19
While Iridium has been able to raise the $3 billion needed to build and orbit the new system, which includes spares for backup, getting back to space has been a challenge.
Podcast: Farnborough Crystal Ball 2
Aviation Week editors predict what we’ll see and hear at next week’s U.K. airshow, including the dreaded “B” word.
Chenevert Departs In UTC Leadership Shift 

Louis Chenevert, the architect of the biggest aerospace and defense (A&D) acquisition ever and a driving force behind Pratt & Whitney’s geared turbofan (GTF) engine, has stepped down as chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corp. (UTC).

Gregory J. Hayes, UTC’s chief financial officer, is replacing him as CEO. Edward A. Kangas, a member of UTC’s board, will become non-executive chairman.

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