On Northrop Grumman's (NOC) TASC sale analyst call, Barclays' Carter Copeland notes that prices...


On Northrop Grumman's (NOC) TASC sale analyst call, Barclays' Carter Copeland notes that prices for units sold by defense firms have consistently been higher than a sum-of-parts analysis would indicate, and wonders - if so - why don't they continue to carve themselves up? To which CFO Jim Palmer replies: Who says we aren't?

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