RTX promotes insider to lead defense hardware segment

The company has another senior leadership change in the works amid the transition to a new CEO.

RTX promotes its next tech chief from within

RTX will start 2024 with a new chief technology officer as it also prepares for the next CEO to move up as well.

RTX's CEO transition follows three years of change and turbulence

Both the company and Greg Hayes' tenure started amid the coronavirus pandemic and essentially a pause in air travel. Chris Calio will move up to CEO in the spring amid rising demand for defense products.

AI chip startup gets new backing from RTX's venture arm, other investors

EnCharge AI will use this newfound capital to grow out its team of employees and scale up product development.

What the mystery buyer of RTX's cyber business is getting

RTX is fetching $1.3 billion for its cybersecurity, intelligence and services business unit. We can tell you all about the transaction even without (yet) knowing the acquirer's identity.

Army unveils first draft for $4B in R&D services recompetes

Small businesses are the intended audience for this draft solicitation but the Army is working on a second contract for a full-and-open competition next year.

WT 360: RTX Ventures casts its net wide and far across an expanding tech ecosystem

Dan Ateya, president and managing director of RTX's venture capital division, explains how the aerospace-and-defense giant also is a scout for startup businesses and technologies that show promise for transforming the entire ecosystem.

RTX's venture arm leads financing round for space startup

This two-year-old company is looking to extend itself beyond its current low-Earth orbit focus and work toward supportong so-called "GEO" missions.

The newly minted 'RTX' lays out its post-reorg blueprint

With a new structure in place, the global aerospace-and-defense company highlighted its priorities that include the U.S. military's complicated network vision known as "JADC2."

Lockheed fears L3Harris will block access to Aerojet’s rockets

Lockheed Martin has begun making investments in other rocket makers amid its concern over what L3Harris Technologies' agreement to buy Aerojet Rocketdyne means.

Space Force lifts curtains on $4B range support solicitation

The military's youngest service branch wants to transform its two main ranges into a pair of spaceports.

Raytheon CEO 'would like certainty' out of L3Harris-Aerojet agreement

Greg Hayes also believes Aerojet Rocketdyne's work as a maker of solid rocket motors should improve if regulators greenlight its sale to L3Harris Technologies.

Fortify fetches $12.5M in capital for advanced manufacturing

The venture investment arms of two large defense companies participated in this round as they look for new ways to make products.

Air Force chooses 3 dozen for $32B training system recompete

This is iteration number four of the Training Systems Acquisition vehicle that covers a broad range of products.

Army awards 12 seats on $450M modernization vehicle

Awardees will work on enabling and accelerating the branch's idea of overmatch for gaining overwhelming advantages over adversaries.

Raytheon Technologies shows more of its new alignment

The aerospace-and-defense giant is moving several pieces of its portfolio around in a push to unlock more synergies.

Air Force continues awards on $400M aerospace research program

The roster of companies involved in this program now stands at seven with more award announcements to come.