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United Technologies and Raytheon Propose a $100 Billion Tie-Up

United Technologies and Raytheon Propose a $100 Billion Tie-Up

Update: 2019-06-10
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P.M. Edition for June 10th: United Technologies and Raytheon have announced plans to merge, creating what's expected to be the world's second-largest aerospace and defense company by sales after Boeing. The Wall Street Journal's Doug Cameron has the details. Plus, WSJ's Byron Tau on a deal between the Justice Department and House Democrats over documents related to the Mueller report. And WSJ's Eric Sylvers explains the challenges ahead for Fiat Chrysler, after a deal to merge with Renault fell apart.

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United Technologies and Raytheon Propose a $100 Billion Tie-Up

United Technologies and Raytheon Propose a $100 Billion Tie-Up

The Wall Street Journal