6 : Raytheon Co.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $1,491,948,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $16.8 billion
2002 earnings : Loss of $587 million
2001 revenue: $16 billion
2001 earnings: Loss of $755 million
Number of employees: 77,500
Headquarters: Lexington, Mass
Web address: www.raytheon.com
President/CEO: Daniel Burnham, chairman and CEO; William Swanson, president (*Burnham will step down as CEO effective July 1. Swanson will become CEO.)
Head of gov't business: Hugo Poza, vice president of homeland security; Bryan Even, president of Raytheon Technical Services Co.
Ticker: NYSE: RTN
Lines of business: Homeland security, missile defense, precision engagement, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
Major customers: Army, Air Force, Navy, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Major contracts/projects: Raytheon is the systems integrator for the DD(X), the U.S. Navy''s next-generation surface combatant ship. As the systems integrator, Raytheon is responsible for DD(X) total systems engineering; software development, and combat systems. In addition, the company will build and test a dual frequency radar suite, an integrated solid-state communications system, an integrated anti-submarine and mine warfare system, a revolutionary vertical launching system and a multi-mission total system computing environment.
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