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L.A. Times Tech BlogNASA's Global Hawk Credit: NASA/Dryden/Carla Thomas NASA transformed a robotic plane that's typically used by the U.S. military to uncover nests of insurgents into a scientific tool capable of collecting atmospheric information over the Pacific and Arctic...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: Altera Corp.; American Express Co.; Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.; Avaya Inc.; BellSouth Corp.; Centex Corp.; Kraft Foods Inc.; Pactiv Corp.; Quest Diagnostics Inc.; SanDisk Corp.; Texas Instruments Inc. Tuesday: -- July consumer...
Kent Kresa, GM board member and a former chairman and CEO of Northrop Grumman Corp., was named interim chairman GM after Rick Wagoner was forced out as part of the Obama administration's sweeping last-ditch effort to save the century-old auto giant. Kent...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA souped-up aircraft that would help boost well-heeled thrill seekers into the outer atmosphere was unveiled Monday, lifting the prospects for travelers to one day fly in a commercial spaceliner. After keeping the project shrouded in secrecy for more...
The yawns that greet stories about the Pentagon's process of selecting new equipment have, in recent months, been replaced by gasps as the fight over a particular acquisition has played out in the pages of and others. Specifically at issue is the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe phone rings and Jo Rosano jumps to answer, thinking of the sound of her son's voice: Hi, Mom, it's me, Marc. But it isn't him. Rosano hangs up to resume scouring the Internet for news, brewing espresso, pacing, praying, crying and waiting -- as she...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBoeing Co. launched what may be its biggest political fight in decades Tuesday as it seeks to reverse the awarding of a $40-billion defense contract to a joint U.S.-European entry headed by Northrop Grumman Corp. The aerospace giant said it was "not...
Bloomberg NewsNorthrop Grumman Corp., the third- largest U.S. defense company, said it won a $35 billion Air Force aerial refueling tanker program because its bid was "more advantageous" in four of the five areas weighed in the contest. The company's tanker won in the...
Today, Carter and Korb debate whether Congress should safeguard U.S. manufacturing by ensuring military contracts go to domestic firms, or leave it up to the military. Earlier this week, they discussed the legality of evidence gleaned from torture,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA Pentagon decision to award a $40-billion tanker contract to Northrop Grumman Corp. and European partner Airbus drew a flurry of outcries from lawmakers and presidential candidates Monday as the contract appeared headed for a protracted battle in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterVenezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Friday that he expected to meet soon in Caracas with a leader of Colombia's largest rebel group in an effort to help secure the release of dozens of hostages the leftists are holding. The announcement came at the end...
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