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One of the biggest defense contracts in history will be let without competitive bidding, now that Northrup-Grumman  has pulled out  of competition to build the next generation of…

Northrop Gruman Drops Bidding for Aerial Refueling Planes

One of the biggest defense contracts in history will be let without competitive bidding, now that Northrup-Grumman has pulled out of competition to build the next generation of…

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Thousands of people are going to be out of work for a long time if the producers and writers can’t reach an agreement and at the moment, they’re farther apart than ever.

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Despite the presence of a federal mediator, yesterday's last minute talks between television and film writers and the Alliance of Film and Television producers went nowhere.  Today…

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Despite the presence of a federal mediator, yesterday's last minute talks between television and film writers and the Alliance of Film and Television producers went nowhere.  Today…

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