January 2011
Forbes Asia;Jan2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p65
The article reports on the plans of Linda Hudson, chief operating officer (COO) of BAE Systems Land and Armaments to transform the defense contractor in order to cope with the reduction in the U.S. Military budget by the Congress and the White House. She plans to diversify the product line, to get in on new Pentagon funding for cybersecurity and advanced technological surveillance. It also discusses the changes that have been brought about by her to the BAE.


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