THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

With a $3b contract, Raytheon charts a new course

The DD(X) warship is part of a strategy that will market the defense contractor as a one-stop shop for the Pentagon -- and create jobs

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / October 23, 2005

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WALTHAM -- Raytheon Co. has long peddled its roster of defense and aerospace products separately, from radars to computing networks. But when the company corralled a $3 billion Navy contract last May to develop a suite of interrelated systems for a new destroyer, it marked a watershed for a strategy that is reshaping the company's identity. (Full article: 1104 words)

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