Commentary: For Lockheed, Breaking Up Is Good To DoStan Crock
When Lockheed Corp. merged with aircraft rival Martin Marietta in 1995, investors applauded the deal. In the wave of consolidation that followed the end of the cold war, the thinking went, a few giants would dominate defense and reap huge profits.
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