from Washington Technology
The Washington Technology report say that with a new administration, a stimulus package with billions of dollars of new spending and shifting government priorities, the current environment offers no shortage of challenges to fuel changes by the top companies in the market. It notes that several of the top companies also share a growing interest in cybersecurity and health IT, both of which are important priorities for the Obama administration. It probably needs no pointing out but I’ll do so anyway — all top 5 companies in this ranking are in the defense industry.
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Top 5 (by Rank)
1) Lockheed Martin ($14,983,515,367)
2) Boeing ($10,838,231,984)
3) Northrup Grumman ($9,947,316,207)
4) General Dynamics ($6,066,178,545)
5) Raytheon ($5,942,575,316)