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KBR Buys Government Contractor Wyle for $570 Million

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company KBR Inc. (NYSE: KBR) announced Monday morning that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Wyle for $570 million, including a $30 million tax benefit adjustment and subject to further customary adjustments for Wyle’s cash and debt. 201 more words


Why Hillary Clinton Smiled When Gun Owners Were Called Terrorists

May 17, 2016—Why did Hillary smile when gun owners were called terrorists? Independent of any liberal excuse for (excuse to think like a conquered loser about) the action, one can’t help but wonder why we should be confronted and bothered by news like this. 1,465 more words

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US & Israeli arms companies bag £500m UK military contract

RT | February 2, 2016

Israeli arms company Elbit Systems and US military contractor Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR) have won a £500-million contract to provide aircraft training for the UK military.

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Breaking News: British Petroleum (B)P named as buyer for Eni’s FLNG in Mozambique

(2015-10-10) BP has agreed to offtake LNG from Eni’s planned 2.5 mtpa FLNG project in Mozambique. Interfax understands that under the deal – which is not yet binding – the UK oil major has secured the LNG on an oil-linked, free-on-board basis, at prices competitive with cheap exports that will be coming out of the United States. 761 more words

Area 1 & Area 4

This is the “wink” photograph, a shot of LBJ receiving a wink from his political Mentor Congressman Albert Thomas (back left with bow tie) after the swearing-in, the day John F Kennedy was murdered in Dallas. 35 more words

Military contractor wants court help extorting money from sick vets

Private military contractor Kellogg Brown and Root is suing 12 National Guard veterans for $850,000 in legal fees that the company has incurred through defending a suit brought by the 12 for damages related to service on behalf of the company while in Iraq.

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