Merger subsidies inder attack Are payments crucial for efficiency, or just 'payoffs for layoffs'?
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Super Hornet zooms ahead Initial purchase of jet OK'd for Navy, leaving the F-22 in some peril
Augustine's pay jumps Salary: Lockheed Martin Corp.'s chief executive officer, Norman R. Augustine, received 1996 compensation of more than $2.7 million.
Lockheed among top 50 in performance ranking
Digex reports $23.7 million loss Beltsville company attributes deficit to setting up network
Lockheed to get aid on computer snag Company makes deal with N.J. firm to fix 'Year 2000 problem'
Lockheed begins hunt for deadbeat parents
Stocks fall, skittish over rosy forecasts Two high-tech stars, Oracle and Intel, post declines
Lockheed joins IBM, Dassault in bid to upgrade computer-aided designs Collaboration is aimed at winning contract for Strike Fighter
Loral buys out European partners for $374 million Company seeks to create worldwide satellite system
New fighters to cost more, Congress told 'Dramatic' changes in Pentagon budget may be indicated; Updating an aging fleet; Congressional Budget Office puts tab at $350 billion; DEFENSE
Lockheed Martin units secure deals
U.S. study questions budget for warplanes Weldon of Pa. plans discussion today of 'major problems'
Minority role models in science, technology Message: Baltimore communications firm introduces black, Hispanic youth to achievers of color.
IRS admits its $4 billion modernizing is a failure Official says computers don't work; agency wants to contract out tax returns
Lockheed Martin secures contract Air Force awards bomb guidance pact worth $500 million
Cohen's plans could boost sagging industry Modernizing military is his primary goal; Defense
Congress hot on the tail of F-22 fighter $15 billion overrun, Pentagon cuts peril Lockheed's super jet; Made in Gingrich's district; Stealth tactical fighter is competing against other fighter projects
O'Neill heads Lucent's government sales unit
Raytheon joins defense merger spree Company purchases military business of Texas Instruments; $2.95 billion cash deal; Move may precede a bid by firm to buy GM's Hughes unit
Despite late rally, stocks fall again Inflation fears resurface in market
Newest defense merger is a dangerous thing Boeing-McDonnell Douglas deal gives arms lobby more clout
Boeing aftershocks More mergers likely, but of second-tier defense companies; A shrinking industry; Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Hughes may need partners
Lockheed in runoff for rocket job McDonnell Douglas is the rival competing to build the EELV; $1.6 billion final prize; Boeing and Alliant are bypassed for 'tried and true' pair
Boeing raises aerial profile Merger strengthens production, tightens race for military pacts
Boeing as No. 1 Aerospace consolidation: Lockheed Martin remains as its chief U.S. competitor.
Boeing buys McDonnell Douglas $13.3 billion deal will create world's largest aerospace company; Antitrust approval needed; Lockheed Martin left as firm's lone rival in defense industry
Armed forces are becoming smart shoppers No longer is price taking a back seat to function; A cultural revolution; Contractors are judged in terms of providing most for fixed amount
Lockheed Martin expects to hire 3,000 in 3 years Aerospace and defense
New Lockheed rocket is Russian at heart Soviet-designed motor from '70s powers entry for Air Force contract; Aerospace
Local stocks make great gifts for one and all at holiday time
Lockheed Martin workers await pact One-third of force at Middle River plant work without contract
The chip girds for war Testing: Thanks to the computer chip, the Army can see a day when it will be able test just about any weapon by computer simulation.
Thanksgiving all month for Lockheed Biggest defense firm had success in Nov. on 3 major contracts; Potential of $328 billion; It is like Orioles going undefeated, says chief executive
State OKs high-tech collection of tolls Computerized system is to be in operation at four sites by 1998
McDonnell Douglas lost a big job, but it intends to stay the course
Lockheed's cuts to add jobs in Md. 8 U.S. facilities are going to be closed, but not Middle River; The giant streamlines; New hires planned even as 1,600 positions are being shorn
Banking and financeSignet promotes Heavner to senior...
Lockheed is a finalist for fighter Contract to build warplane could be largest in history; Boeing is also in running; $300 billion in work at stake; McDonnell Douglas is big loser
Word expected today on warplane contract
Making 'death ray' a reality Laser: Lockheed Martin, Boeing and TRW Corp. have been chosen by the Air Force to create an airborne laser weapon for use against ballistic missiles like the Scud.
Lockheed sells EOSAT to affiliated company
Lockheed's team to build flying laser $1.1 billion contract to build prototype for sci-fi weapon; 'Really an exciting day'; Boeing, TRW share in 5-year program for anti-missile beam
Stocks extend record climb Dow industrials rise 35 points, to 6,255; Kodak among the stars
Arms at the speed of light Pentagon to choose team to develop airborne laser; 'New dimension to warfare'; Lockheed Martin, Rockwell, Raytheon hope to make weapon
Lockheed to build satellite system $1.8 billion contract called 'big win' for Bethesda company
Lockheed sells 2 units for $450 million General Dynamics is purchaser
Stocks slip on signs of weaker earnings Dow declines 7 points; aerospace, financial, oil sectors lead day's losers; Wall Street
Robbie gets room to roam Move: OAO Robotics recently relocated to rural Frederick County, where its machines can be field-tested right outside the office.