Lockheed flies into uncertain future with hypersonic planes

Lockheed flies into uncertain future with hypersonic planes Between political uncertainty, a strong dollar and low oil prices hurting Middle East buyers, the largest American defense company is trying to play both defense and offense, writes Jane Wells in CNBC on March 16. According to the article , Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson briefed reporters this week on how the company plans to move forward. Tellingly, she did not discuss what a Trump or Clinton (or Sanders) election would mean for her company or her industry. In fact, most of the vision she laid out didn't even touch on the U.S. The CNBC article stated that instead, Hewson talked extensively about international markets. She also spoke about the long-term need for new technologies, like a plane that could fly more than 20 ti...
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