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|52 Week Range||123.24 - 200.77|
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Robust budgetary expansions under Trump's leadership, along with other favorable policy reforms have turned out to be the primary catalyst driving the defense industry's latest consolidations.
Rating Action: Moody's withdraws all ratings for L3 Technologies following completion of merger with Harris Corp. New York, July 09, 2019 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has withdrawn all ratings for L3 Technologies, Inc. ("L3") following L3's merger with Harris Corporation (Harris Corporation was subsequently renamed L3Harris Technologies, Inc.) The merger closed as was expected when Baa3 ratings were assigned to the senior unsecured exchange notes of L3Harris Technologies (see press release dated May 30, 2019 at https://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-rates-senior-unsecured-exchange-notes-of-L3Harris-Technologies--PR_401832).
In this edition of DFW Defense, we break down the significant deals awarded to companies with ties to North Texas in June.
The latest domino in the rapidly evolving defense industry fell this week and Dallas-Fort Worth will be impacted. The merger between L3 Technologies and Harris closed Monday creating L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX), the sixth-largest defense contractor in the nation with approximately $17 billion in annual sales. The merger brings together L3, which had a major presence in North Texas with 8,000 employees locally, and Harris, which had none.
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Nine months after the two companies detailed plans to create the sixth-largest aerospace and defense contractor, the newly formed L3Harris Technologies hit the market.
Zayo (ZAYO) will offer a private wavelength network to the financial services provider for seamless connectivity between several of its offices and data center locations.
The performance of U.S. stocks in the first half of 2019 marked one of the best turnarounds in Wall Street's history after a pathetic 2018, when all three indexes ended in the red.
Intelsat (I) will leverage two of its high-throughput satellites - Intelsat 33e and Horizons 3e - to offer unmatched data and voice coverage across the Asia Pacific and Pacific Ocean region.
With Ericsson's (ERIC) 3GPP standards-based 5G New Radio hardware and software, RCS & RDS (DIGI) customers get to experience improved mobile broadband capabilities.
To determine where we've made progress — and where we still need work — we decided to dive into what's happened in the past half-decade.
Nokia's (NOK) AirScale Massive Multiple Input Multiple Output Adaptive Antenna solution helps operators to concurrently deliver 4G and 5G services while controlling costs.
Harris' (HRS) regulatory approval from EU paves the path for its merger with L3 Technologies, while BlackBerry (BB) reports relatively healthy first- quarter fiscal 2020 results.
Ericsson's (ERIC) first fully automated smart factory in the world, expected to be operational in early 2020, will produce Advanced Antenna System radios for rapid 5G deployments.
Moody's Investors Service changed its outlook for Peraton Corp. to stable from negative and affirmed all existing ratings, including the company's B3 Corporate Family Rating (CFR) and B3-PD Probability of Default Rating. "The roll-off of one-time expenses and cessation of legacy underperforming contracts should bring improved financial performance in future periods, with early evidence already noted in recent periods," said Bruce Herskovics, Moody's lead analyst for Peraton. "Although the economic terms are unknown and the acceptability of eventual returns remains to be seen, some noteworthy contract wins of late suggest that Peraton's marketing efforts are getting traction and the company is turning the proverbial corner on the operational front," added Herskovics.
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Post completion, Harris (HRS) and L3 Technologies (LLL) shareholders will own approximately 54% and 46%, respectively, of the combined company - L3 Harris Technologies, Inc.
Lerner Enterprises has inked two leases for a 184,000-square-foot office building at Dulles Town Center, landing the administrative offices of Sallie Mae and a Loudoun County-founded, woman-owned construction consulting firm.
Military communication equipment provider Harris Corp has won European Union approval for the acquisition of L3 Technologies Inc, on the condition that Harris sells its night vision global business, the EU Commission said on Friday. The EU antitrust regulator found that the merger would have reduced competition in the European markets for image intensification night vision devices and image intensification tubes. Harris offered to sell its night vision business before completing the deal, and the Commission accepted the remedy, Brussels said in a statement.
Military communication equipment providers Harris Corp and L3 Technologies Inc have won U.S. antitrust approval for their merger, the Justice Department said on Thursday. Increased defense spending under U.S. President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress is driving contractors to pursue mergers so they have more scale to bid on bigger projects, spanning everything from upgrading computer systems to space exploration. The government required that the companies sell Harris' night vision business to win approval for the proposed transaction.
Does Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) represent a good buying opportunity at the moment? Let’s quickly check the hedge fund interest towards the company. Hedge fund firms constantly search out bright intellectuals and highly-experienced employees and throw away millions of dollars on satellite photos and other research activities, so it is no wonder why they tend to […]
Israel-based Elbit Systems on Wednesday said it would keep an eye out for possible acquisitions if the proposed merger of U.S. aerospace companies Raytheon Co and United Technologies Corp triggers certain divestments. Kril said Elbit was committed to expanding in the United States, and would keep a close eye on any possible divestments ordered by U.S. authorities reviewing the proposed merger.