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Tuesday 02 November 2010
Defence and security companies saw their shares rise sharply yesterday after fears about global terrorism were brought into focus following the recent parcel bombs scare.
Saturday 23 October 2010
A nuclear-powered submarine which ran aground on a shingle bank, embarrassing the Royal Navy, will be checked for damage today.
Friday 22 October 2010
BAE Systems has warned that its growth in 2010 will be weaker than expected following the Government's review of defence and security spending. The company plans to work with the Ministry of Defence to address the implications of the changes, but said it anticipated some modest impact on the performance of its UK business this year. It has also reduced its financial planning assumptions for the following years.
Thursday 21 October 2010
Takeover gossip was limited yesterday as the market waited for the Government's Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). Yet shares in the insurance group Jardine Lloyd Thompson soared early as rumours of a potential bid battle escalated.
Tuesday 19 October 2010
A civilian navigator died after his ejector seat "detached and fell" from an RAF Tornado as he flew upside down during a test flight, an inquest heard today.
Tuesday 21 September 2010
BAE Systems unveiled a multimillion-pound deal to buy part of an American intelligence business yesterday in a move that will see former CIA and FBI workers join the company.
Wednesday 15 September 2010
Outsourcers were in favour, with Logica climbing higher, as fears of cutbacks and delays to Government contracts began to fade last night.
Tuesday 14 September 2010
BAE systems is looking for buyers for its Platform Solution aircraft avionics business headquartered in New York.
Sunday 12 September 2010
Defence giant BAE Systems is hoping to raise $2bn (£1.3bn) through the sale of one of its US businesses, it was reported today.
Friday 10 September 2010
Workers at BAE Systems were said to be in "shock" yesterday after the defence giant unveiled plans to cut hundreds of jobs. Unions said almost 1,000 jobs at five military factories and other sites would be lost in the latest cull, warning that the cuts could be the "tip of the iceberg".
Thursday 09 September 2010
Workers at manufacturing giant BAE Systems were said to be in "shock" tonight after the firm delivered a huge blow by unveiling plans to axe hundreds of jobs.
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