Rockwell Collins sees turnaround in business-jet market

01/20/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The · Bloomberg

Rockwell Collins, an Iowa-based maker of aviation electronics, said business- and commercial-jet manufacturers are increasing their orders this year in a sign that the sagging industry may begin to turn around after three years. Rockwell's fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 14%, but still beat analyst predictions. "It's not a land rush, but after three years of misery, any improvement is encouraging, and we're seeing that improvement generally across the board," said Rockwell Collins CEO Clay Jones.

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