3 : Boeing Co.
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Top 100 Revenue: $10,462,626,196
Defense revenue: $8,188,884,907
Civilian revenue: $2,273,741,289
2009 revenue: $68.3 billion
2009 earnings : $1.3 billion
2008 revenue: $60.9 billion
2008 earnings: $2.7 billion
Number of employees: 157,100
Headquarters: Chicago
Web address: http://www.boeing.com
President/CEO: W. James McNerney Jr., chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Dennis A. Muilenburg, president and CEO, Boeing Defense, Space and Security
Ticker: BA
Lines of business: Commercial airplanes, defense, space and security, Boeing Capital Corp., and shared services group
Major customers: NASA, Defense Department and Homeland Security Department
Major contracts/projects: Boeing is developing portions of the U.S. Air Force's new ground control segment as part of the Raytheon team awarded the space-based Global Positioning System advanced control segment program. The development contract, awarded recently by the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center's GPS Wing, is valued at more than $880 million over six years, including five option years for sustainment.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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