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    Dozens of U.S. companies postponed releasing quarterly results as Sandy, one of the biggest storms to hit the United States, pounded the east coast, flooding large p...

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    The collapse of the proposed merger between BAE Systems Plc and EADS will shift the focus to smaller deals among global weapons makers as companies strive to keep re...

  3. L-3 Communications 2Q Earnings Pregame Scorecard

    Having beaten analysts' expectations in each of the last five quarters, L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL) will announce on Thursday whether the streak is alive or snappe...

  4. Capital Goods Sector Wrap

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  6. Capital Goods Sector Wrap

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  7. The Disclosure Debate: When Should Companies Reveal Cyber Attacks?

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  8. Defense contractor sales miss Wall Street view

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  9. Fmr. DOT Inspector General on Airport Security

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  11. Congress in Bed with Security Companies

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  12. GM Tries to Get You Into a Car

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  1. Demand for Surveillance Cameras to Boom

    Driven by a heightened focus on security in an NSA-inspired and post-Sandy Hook era, the global market for video surveillance is expected to surge by more than 12% t...

  2. Shutdown Keeps the Lid on Aerospace, Defense Stocks

    United Technologies just announced that a prolonged federal government shutdown will force it to furlough thousands of workers because of a lack of government inspec...

  3. U.S. homeland security notice weighs on OSI Systems' new contracts

    OSI Systems Inc said the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued it a "proposed debarment notice" related to privacy concerns over its full-body passenger sc...

  4. TW Telecom, L -3 Gain On Meister Comments At Sohn

    Shares of TW Telecom Inc. and L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. rose on Wednesday after Keith Meister, managing partner of Corvex Management LP, discussed the compani...

  5. Pentagon says "lot of money" still to be made in arms business

    The Pentagon's chief weapons buyer on Wednesday reassured industry executives and investors that there was still "a lot of money" to be made in the defense business,...

  6. Defense shares drop sharply after Obama victory

    U.S. weapons makers took a pounding in the stock market Wednesday as investors priced in leaner times from President Barack Obama's re-election.Analysts had predicte...

  7. Factbox: U.S. companies delay results due to Sandy

    Dozens of U.S. companies postponed releasing quarterly results after superstorm Sandy hit the U.S. east coast, disrupting power supplies and transportation and flood...

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