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Greg Hayes: UTC-Rockwell Collins Merger Deal Aims to Advance Digital Platforms, Predictive Analytics

Greg Hayes, CEO of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), has said UTC’s move to acquire Rockwell Collins (NYSE: COL) under an estimated $30 billion deal seeks to advance the development of digital platforms for the aviation sector, Reuters reported Tuesday. Hayes told Reuters the proposed acquisition also aims to facilitate the adoption of …

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Rodin Lyasoff Promoted to CEO at Airbus’ A3 Innovation Outpost

Rodin Lyasoff, a former project executive at Airbus Group‘s A3 advanced projects and partnerships outpost in Silicon Valley, has been promoted to lead A3 as chief executive. He succeeds Paul Eremenko, who was appointed as the aerospace and defense contractor’s  chief technology officer,  Airbus said Tuesday. Lyasoff has supported the development of …

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Airbus, Safran Merge Space Launch Operations in Joint Venture

Airbus Group and Safran have completed the merger of their space launch operations through a joint venture in an effort to support commercial sector clients in Europe. Safran will pay approximately $835 million to Airbus in order to acquire a 50-percent stake in Airbus Safran Launchers joint venture, Airbus said …

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Airbus Names Paul Eremenko CTO, Andy Anderson Corporate Tech Office COO

Paul Eremenko, CEO of Airbus Group’s A3 innovation center, will take over as chief technology officer of the aerospace and defense contractor on July 1. Airbus said Tuesday Eremenko will continue to lead A3 in San Jose, California, until the company finds a successor. Andy Anderson, acting Airbus CTO, will …

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Nicolas Chamussy Appointed Airbus Space Leader; Tom Enders Comments

Nicolas Chamussy, chief of staff to Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders, will take over the role as executive vice president of the global defense contractor’s space systems unit on July 1. Airbus said Friday Chamussy will succeed Francois Auque, who will leave the company after 16 years and will remain as an …

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Dirk Hoke to Join Airbus as Defense Chief, Deputy CEO; Tom Enders Comments

Dirk Hoke, former CEO of Siemens’ (NYSE: SI) large drives business unit, will join Airbus Group to succeed Bernhard Gerwert as CEO of the airplane maker’s defense and space segment in a transition to take effect April 1, 2016. Airbus Group said Tuesday Hoke will initially join the company on Jan. 1, 2016 as deputy …

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Tom Enders: Airbus Explores Strategic Options for Defense, Security Tech Portfolio

Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus Group, has said the company is in talks with several interested parties for its defense electronics and border security technology assets, Reuters reported Thursday. “The decision is that clearly this is not a core business for us and we have started to discuss with possibly …

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Allan McArtor Appointed Airbus North American President, CEO

Allan McArtor, a 13-year Airbus veteran and chairman of the conglomerate’s U.S. commercial aircraft organization, has been appointed president and CEO of the North American subsidiary Airbus Group Inc., formerly called EADS North America. He will assume the roles on March 1 and succeed Sean O’Keefe, who will continue working with …

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Report: EADS Mulls Rename for Reorg

EADS is set to reorganize in a move that could include adopting the corporate name of its Airbus commercial aircraft business unit, Reuters reported Thursday. Citing several sources, Tim Hepher and Sabine Siebold write EADS is reviewing strategies for its aerospace and defense activities and the company’s board will meet at the …

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EADS CEO Tom Enders Closes Door on BAE Merger

EADS CEO Tom Enders aimed to end speculation that the proposed EADS-BAE Systems merger could still happen during a recent interview with the Sunday Times, Reuters reports. Citing that interview, Reuters’ Paul Sandle writes the companies will not pursue the $45 billion deal that did not close last year. Enders …

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