Frank Kendall, the Pentagon's chief weapons buyer, reassured defense execs yesterday that...

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Frank Kendall, the Pentagon's chief weapons buyer, reassured defense execs yesterday that "there's a lot of money still to be made" even in the worst case scenario that automatic spending cuts of $50B a year kick in from January. That's on top of $487B of cuts over ten years that aren't up for negotiation in talks over the fiscal cliff.