The aerospace and defense industry manufacturer had another year of improved sales in 2022, and in April 2023 reported $21 billion in new orders and a record backlog of $180 billion across its portfolio.
- Raytheon has set out to realign its business units into three segments—Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney, and Raytheon—to more fully leverage its scale and realize cost savings.
- The post-COVID travel recovery strengthened sales in the quarter ended in April 2023, as Raytheon’s Collins Aerospace unit drew in $5.58 billion and its Pratt & Whitney engine unit sales trailed just behind.
- In April 2023 a former Pratt & Whitney manager was among a handful of aerospace industry executives who were acquitted of criminal charges in a case brought by the Justice Department that accused the group of agreeing to not hire the others’ workers. Still, workers who say they were harmed by the alleged conspiracy brought a separate civil suit against Raytheon in Connecticut federal court.
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As of 6/5/23
Aerospace & Defense
Gregory J. Hayes
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