April 28 (Reuters) - Textron Inc, maker of Beechcraft and Cessna airplanes and Bell helicopters, reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit as helicopter division sales declined.
April 28 (Reuters) - Textron Inc, the maker of Beechcraft and Cessna planes and Bell helicopters, reported a 50.6 percent jump in first-quarter profit.
(Reuters) - Textron Inc , the world's largest maker of business aircraft, reported a 34 percent fall in quarterly profit as deliveries fell by more than half at its Cessna unit.
(Reuters) - Textron Inc reported a weaker-than-expected 6.3 percent rise in third-quarter profit, citing weak demand for corporate jets and declines in sales to the military, and the diversified...
(Reuters) - Textron Inc blew past Wall Street forecasts with a near-doubling of its quarterly profit, helped by strong demand for its Bell helicopters and a pickup in sales at its Cessna jet unit.
(Reuters) - Diversified manufacturer Textron Inc posted stronger-than-expected results for the first quarter, helped by strong demand for helicopters, and said demand for business jets is recovering.
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reduced financial risk of Textron Financial Corp. (TFC ..... same ratings. We believe Textron 's entrenched positions ..... our Business Risk rating. Textron has significant aerospace exposure through its Cessna and Bell divisions. Cessna
initiating credit coverage of Textron Financial Corp. (TFC ..... linked to the rating of Textron Inc. TXT based on the ..... core products such as Cessna aircraft and Bell helicopters ..... existing support agreement, Textron must maintain a controlling
Textron reported decent first-quarter ..... estimate. Sales improved 28% at Cessna , 21% at Bell, and 10% at ..... billion. Management said that Cessna 's low production and delivery ..... the coming quarters. Though Cessna proved to be a laggard during