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Engility restructures, announces buyouts

Engility creates new structure and uses buyouts as it continues its emergence from L-3 Communications.

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M&A activity slows in second quarter

Investment bank KippsDeSanto reports slower deal making in second quarter, but indicates activity should pick up as the year progresses.

ManTech revenue, earnings take second quarter hit

ManTech reports lower earnings and revenue for the second quarter, but CEO see some bright spots.

Northrop sees second-quarter revenue fall

Northrop Grumman's second-quarter revenue fell nearly $300 million but profitability improved.

Lockheed reports drop in IT revenue

Lockheed Martin's IT business reports off quarter while the company overall shows slight growth.

Top 100: Market turbulence doesn't deter Boeing investments

The company continues to make acquisitions and invest in research in new growth markets. Where are they putting their money?

L-3 board OKs share distribution of spinoff Engility

Swap calls for one share of Engility for every six shares of L-3 common stock.

Top 100: Inside L-3's spin-off strategy

L-3 Communications Inc. spins out is technical services business in a move that should allow each part of the business to bring greater focus to their markets.

DynCorp reorg fuels boom

An inside look at how DynCorp International uses new processes and infrastructure to fuel a boom in its business.

GTSI stock purchase completed; Unicom merger nears

Unicom plans to conclude merger as soon as practicable and without vote or meeting of GTSI stockholders.

Top 100: SAIC wins put troubles behind it

SAIC has new leadership and several contract wins as it moves into faster growing areas of the federal market.

Dell sharpens focus on solutions

CEO Michael Dell says “We are a solutions company first.”

Top 100: CSC keeps focus during troubled times

Computer Sciences Corp. is weathering a difficult period, but new leadership is putting renewed emphasis on performance and profitability.

Top 100: Northrop bucks turbulence by staying calm

Company makes several moves, including a new headquarters, to stay focused on its customers and control costs.

KBR adjusts to life outside the warzone

Company takes on more State Department work as military operations close in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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