Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 01/07/2015

ATK Unveils Share Distribution Plan for Vista Outdoor Spinoff

ATK‘s (NYSE: ATK) board of directors has decided to give stockholders two shares of common stock in the future ATK sporting group spinoff company Vista Outdoor for every share of ATK common stock…
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Lockheed Awarded $78M to Upgrade Army Tactical Missile System

The U.S. Army has awarded Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) a $78 million contract to modernize the branch’s long-range, precision-guided missiles. Lockheed said Wednesday it will use hardware from the Army Tactical Missile System Block 1 to build a new weapon system that would hit targets but pose no unexploded ordinance risk…
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iSight Partners Secures $30M in Series C Venture Round; John Watters Comments

ISight Partners has raised $30 million in a Series C round of equity financing with Bessemer Venture Partners as iSight seeks to expand its cyber threat intelligence offerings in the security market. The cyber company said Monday it will use the added capital to build on its ThreatScape products and sales, marketing and integration partnership efforts amid recent cyber incidents…
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Report: Congress Could Prioritize Cyber Info Sharing Legislation

The new Congress could put cybersecurity legislation at the top of its agenda as it convenes amid ongoing concerns regarding cyber attacks and data breaches, GovInfoSecurity reported Tuesday. Eric Chabrow writes that some analysts see potential legislation that would focus on the sharing of threat information between government and industry…
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Army Seeks Multiple Vendors for Rifleman Radio Production IDIQ

The U.S. Army on Monday issued a formal solicitation for a potential 10-year contract covering work to produce and deliver Rifleman Radio systems, Defense News reported Tuesday. Joe Gould writes the military branch intends to select multiple tactical radio vendors and create a marketplace where contractors would compete for delivery orders…
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