Defence groups quiet on anti-corruption

Financial Time flight test of Dassault Falcon 900 LX, in Bordeaux June 09 2010. F900 LX and F2000. Photo from Dassault Aviation.

Dassault among the worst in disclosing prevention practices

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 25

Credit Suisse faces scrutiny; Goldman discrimination case and Rolls-Royce also in the news

BAE considers sale of US consultancy unit

Defence group is grappling with cuts in the US market

Boeing profit surge bucks military cuts

Commercial aircraft sales boom helps delivers 38% earnings uplift

rolls royce Trent 1000 engine

Rolls-Royce chief’s exit fuels bid talk

Some analysts say UK group could cut profit guidance again

Tech pioneer takes Rolls-Royce helm

Rishton to be replaced by former Arm chief East

Zodiac Aerospace: sitting comfortably

The aircraft cabin fitter has everything to shoot for

Rolls-Royce: East-ern promises

The new chief at the engine-maker has plenty to do

Critics attack €500m Greek navy deal

Syriza upgrades maritime patrol as it cuts anti-poverty projects

Two questions on ‘flash crash’ extradition

UK law and a possible probe will decide whether trader goes to US

Timeline: Rishton’s reign at Rolls-Royce

Chief executive at aerospace group faced a series of challenges

Five possible reasons for RR CEO’s exit

Chief struggled to improve civil aerospace unit’s profitability

Rolls-Royce wins ‘Silicon Fen’ champion

East brings meticulous approach to engine maker

Rolls-Royce names Warren East as CEO

Former Arm Holdings chief to replace John Rishton

Raytheon wins $5.6bn Polish missile deal

Airbus preferred bidder in $3bn helicopter contract

Military cutbacks hit Lockheed Martin

Net income falls 5.9% amid budget cuts and troop withdrawals

Raytheon in $1.7bn cyber security deal

Part of sector-wide push into sector by US defence groups

GE executive seeks Export-Import Bank funding

US risks compounding mistake of not joining AIIB, says Rice

Strong dollar buffets GE amid restructure

Industrial core business shows healthy growth

US risks new monopoly on rocket launches

Phasing out Russian engines will mean military reliance on SpaceX

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