Marillyn Hewson, president and chief executive officer of Lockheed Martin Corp., speaks with members of the media in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, U.S., on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017. President-elect Donald Trump said his administration would produce a full report on hacking within the first 90 days of his presidency and accused "my political opponents and a failed spy" of making "phony allegations" against him. Photographer: Albin Lohr-Jones/Pool via BloombergAlbin Lohr-Jones—Bloomberg via Getty Images
- TitleChairman, President, and CEO
- AffiliationLockheed Martin
While President Trump has called Lockheed’s F-35 fighter-jet program too expensive, the Commander-in-Chief remains an invaluable—if fickle—ally for the company, which counts
the U.S. government as its biggest customer. The contractor is also a prime beneficiary of the White House’s defense budget increase, as well as new arms deals with the likes of Saudi Arabia: Lockheed’s stock price has risen some 26% over the past year, handily beating the S&P, while revenue jumped 17% in 2016.
Company Financials (2016, or most recently completed fiscal year)
|Market Value as of 9/14/17 ($M)||86783.2|