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ITT Corp.

 


ITT Exelis team targets huge FAA opportunity

ITT Exelis team includes airlines, manufacturers and other system integrators. Who made the cut?

Spinoffs complete, ITT focuses on 4 markets

ITT's defense and information Solutions business is now an independent ITT Exelis and ITT Corp. becomes a $2 billion company focused on four markets.

Was fiscal 2011 the best and worst of times?

Contractors saw a year of uncertainty and challenges, but there's relief that it wasn't worse.

ITT Corp. makes it official: Defense, IS is ITT Exelis

ITT Defense and Information Solutions business officially will become ITT Exelis on October 31, a publicly traded stand-alone business.

ITT's new spinoff to establish headquarters in Fairfax County

ITT Corp.'s Defense & Information Solutions business segment, which is being spun off as a separate entity renamed ITT Exelis, will establish its headquarters in the Tysons Corner area of Fairfax County.

ITT picks energetic name for defense spinoff

Following completion of ITT’s three-way split, the new defense company will be named ITT Exelis.

ITT drafts retired Army general to build Hill, DOD ties

ITT Corp. has named retired Army Lt. Gen. Robert Durbin vice president of government relations for its ITT Defense & Information Solutions segment.

ITT plan to split into 3 companies moves ahead

ITT Corp. has taken the next required step in its plan to separate into three distinct, publicly traded companies by filing Form 10 Registration Statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contractors face their own cloud demons

More companies are turning to the cloud for infrastructure and applications, what can their transition teach the rest of us?

Breaking up not so bad for ITT Corp.

ITT Corp. will split into three companies later this year and its defense unit is ready for some independence.

Top 100 firms rely on M&A to fuel growth

Of the 99 deals that closed during 2010, 37 involved companies on the Top 100 list. Who were the big dealmakers?

ITT to become three separate companies

ITT Corporation will separate the company’s businesses into three distinct, publicly traded companies following unanimous approval of the plan by the board of directors. Under the plan, the company would execute tax-free spinoffs to shareholders of its water-related businesses and its Defense & Information Solutions segment.