Lockheed reports 8% gain in profit Diversity pays off as sales increase 27% at largest defense firm
Lockheed Martin completes stock swap
F & M granted approval to build plant
3 approaches to the Joint Strike Fighter Lockheed Martin, Boeing, McDonnell Douglas have various ideas on warplane
They don't care who wins battle over jet Four Northrop teams are in separate fights over the plane's radar
Privatizing poverty programs Welfare services: Private companies seek contracts to administer welfare benefits.
Foes turned friends Technology: U.S. firms that made devices to track communist countries are trying to break into the fastest-growing market for radar sales: the former Soviet Union.
State OKs Lockheed to collect payments Company will pursue child support money owed by city parents
IRS halts $1.3 billion pact with Lockheed Key nondefense foray is victim of budget ax
Firm may collect city child support But Lockheed unit's goals are unrealistic, rival company says
Space program spinoffs Growth: More than a few high-technology ventures and thousands of new jobs can trace their origins to space exploration.
Joint venture joins push to clean up Lockheed Martin, Molten Metal tackle hazardous waste; Billions to be made; 56 million gallons of radioactive matter at a West Coast site
Lockheed's prospects stirring on 2 fronts
Lockheed loses bid for FAA contract Raytheon Co. wins $1 billion job to replace old computer system
Welfare changes spark interest from businesses Firms vie for contracts to run programs at state, county levels
New welfare law fraught with technical hurdles One example: Computers need capability to track 5-year limit on payments
Lockheed asks FTC to OK sale of SETA Services Sale was a condition of its purchase of Loral; price was not disclosed
Stocks rally as outlook for profits brightens $19 billion in notes sold by Treasury at lowest yield since Feb.
Lockheed is reorganizing, may launch Australian unit
Laboring under a shadow of fears that will not rest Anxiety: Once considered the backbone of U.S. productivity, workers wonder whether they can withstand the changes ahead.
Stocks rise to close out a month of poor results Encouraging signals of low inflation help market shrug off July
Company expects no area layoffs AlliedSignal pruning 3,200 jobs but sparing Towson and Columbia
Lockheed to shed materials company $750 million in cash will ease debt burden
Lockheed profit up 10% for quarter Loral deal helps boost earnings to $299 million
Navy picks 5 Md. firms Designs for new arsenal ship may bring big contract; 'Floating missile pad'; A pact for Oceanic could help offset layoffs in Sykesville
'Black boxes' tell of tragedies Recorders: A plane's flight data and voice recorders are critical to dissecting aviation disasters. To fully understand what happened to TWA Flight 800, their recovery remains essential.
Boldest space mission yet New shuttle: Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin wins contract that advances privatization.
Weaker earnings propel decline Computer-related stocks lead drop as rates remain unchanged; Dow falls 17
Lockheed appoints Coffman president Executive is on track to be successor to CEO Augustine
Vying to build the spaceship of tomorrow Competitors: Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas and Rockwell International are competing to build a space vehicle to replace the costly shuttle.
Putting pupils to the test in 2004 Reform: Maryland's tests get tougher in eight years. The higher standard creates a debate over a politically loaded question: How hard will it be to pass?
Engineer helps shape 'World Events' High-tech device used in checking design of Olympics statue; Faro arm makes it work; Direct Dimensions aims to take on complex problems
Lockheed Martin chiefs gain windfall Sale of shares earns 3 executives more than $40 million; Stock rise spurred move; Daniel M. Tellep, retired chairman, made $13 million
Lockheed ready to sell $1.25 billion in bonds 2nd big debt issue spurred by low rates
Company bridges East and West Technologies: Ashurst's scientists are working to refine and commercialize ideas developed in the former Soviet Union.
A victory for downsizing Supreme Court: Companies can use retirement incentives to buy immunity.
Justices uphold rewards to retire Inducements can cause workers to forfeit bias claims, they rule
Harold E. Hartman, 74, Glenn L. Martin employee
Lancers mark golden anniversary of boys club with a golden purpose
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Northrop's new link Growth: Northrop Grumman purchased Westinghouse's defense arm in Linthicum after recognizing it as an opportunity to grow.
Lockheed swells its debt offering $3.5 billion deal breaks Disney record
Cold War is over, and the winner is the Pentagon
Rockville satellite firm, CTA, restructures
Many market observers ask whether this is bear season
Head of the class Trendsetter: Maryland's move to raise the standards in its public schools puts it at the forefront of educational reform nationwide.
Answer to this question worth a coffee mug
22 U.S. firms laid off at least 3,000 in '95 Meanwhile, CEOs at those sites got big raises, report says
Lockheed Martin looks at cutback Aircraft operation in Middle River could be sold to reduce debt; 'Nothing is sacred'; Sale would remove half of work done at Baltimore Co. plant; Defense and aerospace
Lockheed earnings jump amid a 9% drop in sales Results are 'a little better than expected'