The two companies will face off in two separate competitions with combined contract values approaching $60 billion.
News & Analysis: Textron
The COVID-19 relief bill should benefit defense stocks.
Washington delivers a package to keep the airlines flying.
Tomorrow's Army helicopters are going to look very different from today's.
Demand for air travel plummets, taking demand for airplanes (and engines) with it.
The company's aviation unit is instituting furloughs.
The last thing the company needs right now is a U.S. recession.
Defense contractor stocks join the broad market rally.
The coronavirus-driven market meltdown isn't sparing any sector.
Investors are headed for the exits in a "risk-off" environment.