The Internet-calling service Skype Technologies, which is being bought by Microsoft Corp., is firing senior executives, a move that reduces the value of their payout, Bloomberg News reports.
Hewlett-Packard Co. brought in a new CEO to energize the company. What has been the impact for the government business?
DynCorp had a year of takeovers and acquisitions as it looks to open new markets.
Honeywell International Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to pay approximately $491 million to acquire EMS Technologies Inc., a provider of connectivity solutions for mobile networking, rugged mobile computers and satellite communications.
General Dynamics Corp. is acquiring Fortress Technologies Inc., a provider of secure wireless networking equipment for the U.S. military and other government customers. The value of the cash deal was not announced.
Science Applications International Corp. has completed the sale of its operations focused on providing specialized IT services to oil and gas companies to Wipro Ltd., of India.
How are the top companies in the market responding to customers focused on lower costs, better performance and more efficiency?
SAIC has adopted a strategy of chasing larger task orders and focusing on five key markets to keep its growth on track.
Despite the buffeting from the sputtering economy and the uncertainties of the federal marketplace, Raytheon had a busy – and profitable – year in 2010.
Computer Sciences Corp. has purchased a Brazilian IT company to build its presence in Latin America.
MCR has acquired another firm that specializes in analytics and professional services for intelligence agencies.
Dynamics Research Corp. makes an acquisition to expand its health care and military technology portfolio.
TASC Inc. adds cloud computing skills and deeper capabilities in cybersecurity offerings.
Boeing has put its focus on IT to help it weather the current budget crunch. Where is the aerospace giant placing its bets?
An explanation of the methodology behind the 2011 Top 100