Bill Boisture, chairman and CEO of Hawker Beechcraft, said the company may be forced to cut additional jobs. "If we find new information between now and the end of the year in terms of new order intake, we'll have to adjust our costs and our production rates further, and regrettably that could result in additional layoffs or furloughs," Boisture said. The aircraft manufacturer, based in Wichita, Kan., has laid off 3,600 workers in the past year.

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