68 : Teledyne Technologies Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $203,660,887
Defense revenue: $134,714,245
Civilian revenue: $68,946,642
2006 revenue: $1.4 billion
2006 earnings : $80.3 million
2005 revenue: $1.2 billion
2005 earnings: $64.2 million
Headquarters: Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Web address: www.teledyne.com
President/CEO: Robert Mehrabian, chairman, president and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: TDY
Lines of business: Aerospace and defense electronics, aerospace engines and components, commercial electronics, electronic instruments, energy systems, government engineering services and oil and gas
Major customers: NASA, Army, Air Force, Navy and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Major contracts/projects: Teledyne'' subsidiary, Teledyne Imaging Sensors, is providing prototypes of third generation dual-band infrared imaging sensors to the Army as a subcontractor to Alion Science and Technology. Another Teledyne subsidiary, Teledyne Wireless, is supplying parts and assemblies used on various Air Force aircraft. The work is being done under a 10-year, $370 million contract.
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