Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 03/25/2015

Greenleaf Power to Buy Plainfield Renewable Energy Plant From Leidos

Biomass power plant operator Greenleaf Power has agreed to purchase a renewable energy power plant in Plainfield, Conn. from Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) for an undisclosed sum, nearly one-and-a-half years after Leidos took ownership and operational responsibility of the facility…
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Lexmark to Purchase Kofax for $1B Cash; Paul Rooke Comments

Lexmark International’s (NYSE: LXK) board of directors and shareholders have agreed to acquire Kofax (NASDAQ: KFX) for nearly $1 billion in cash, or $11 per share. The transaction is scheduled to close in the second quarter of 2015 and awaits a shareholder vote at Kofax, regulatory clearances and other customary closing terms, Kofax said Tuesday
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CACI Vet Arnold Morse Joins CNSI as General Counsel, Chief Legal Adviser

Arnold Morse, formerly chief legal officer and corporate secretary for CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has joined CNSI as general counsel. He will help to steer the company’s corporate strategy and serve as chief legal adviser, CNSI said Tuesday
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Raytheon to Produce More Air-to-Air Missile Systems for US Air Force

A Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) business unit has received a $528,797,459 contract modification to produce medium range air-to-air missile systems for the U.S. Air Force. Raytheon missile systems will exercise the option on an existing contract for the 29th lot of the missiles and other AMRAAM system items, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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Research and Markets: US, China to Dominate Electronic Warfare Tech Spending by 2017

A new Research and Markets report has forecast the U.S. and China will be the biggest spenders when it comes to electronic warfare over the next two years. The research firm saidMonday it also found that the number of electronic attacks grew during the past 12 months and that jamming devices are commonly used to perform the attacks…
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Steve Totman: Independent Regulator Picks Cloudera Tech to Analyze Securities Market Data

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has tapped into Cloudera big data technology as part of an initiative to monitor securities trading activities in the United States. Cloudera said Tuesday that FINRA uses a regulatory infrastructure to merge data feeds from more than 4,000 securities companies and stock exchanges each day to uncover market manipulation incidents…
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