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Raytheon CFO: Too soon to mull financial consequences for failed missile test

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Raytheon Co's chief financial officer said on Thursday that it was too soon to discuss whether the company would have to take any charges for a failed U.S. missile-defense test this month, when its interceptor failed to separate from the rest of the rocket. Full story

Raytheon Wins Contract to Build the President's Phone Network

The Presidential and National Voice Conferencing contract is worth $34 million to Raytheon. Full story

Raytheon Buys Data Analytics Company

The company is the new owner of Visual Analytics. Terms not disclosed. Full story

Kerry hails tentative Raytheon arms sale to Oman

MUSCAT (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry hailed on Wednesday what U.S. officials said was an estimated $2.1 billion deal for Oman to buy a ground-based air defense system from U.S. defense contractor Raytheon Co.. Full story

Raytheon to pay fine for U.S. export control violations

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Raytheon Co <RTN.N>, one of the largest U.S. weapons makers, has agreed to pay $8 million in civil penalties to resolve hundreds of alleged violations of U.S. export control laws over the past decade, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. Full story

Raytheon reorganizing, will save $85 million and cut 200 jobs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Waltham, Massachusetts-based Raytheon Co <RTN.N> said on Monday it will pare its business units down to four starting on April 1 to boost productivity and lower costs, resulting in annual savings of about $85 million and the elimination of 200 jobs. Full story

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