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Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

After reviewing KBR's investor day presentation, we've raised our fair value estimate to $68 from $65, which reflects our more optimistic long-term revenue growth and operating margin expectations.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR posted solid first-quarter results, as adjusted EBITDA increased by 14% year over year. While nothing in the firm’s results materially alters our long-term outlook for the firm, we’ve slightly increased our fair value estimate to $65 from $64 due to the time value of money. We see the name as fairly valued, with shares currently trading in 3-star territory.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR posted solid fourth-quarter results featuring a roughly 20% year-over-year increase in adjusted EBITDA. After rolling our model forward one year, we’ve raised our fair value estimate to $64 per share from $62, which reflects our slightly more optimistic near-term expectations as well as the time value of money.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR grew its second-quarter revenue by 8% from the same period last year, and 11% excluding the completion of work related to the Operation Allies Welcome, or OAW, program. KBR’s GAAP net income included a $144 million cash charge related to the settlement of a legacy legal matter as well as a $314 million noncash charge related to the retirement of convertible notes.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR started the year with a strong first quarter, delivering 18% year-over-year revenue growth excluding the completion of work related to the Operation Allies Welcome, or OAW, program. We’ve raised our fair value estimate to $60 from $58, which reflects our slightly more optimistic revenue growth projections as well as time value of money.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR ended 2022 with a strong fourth quarter, as its adjusted EPS of $0.69 beat our estimate by $0.06. After rolling our model forward one year, we’ve increased our fair value estimate for KBR to $58 from $56, mostly due to time value of money.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

There were no major surprises in KBR’s third-quarter results, as the company posted adjusted EPS of $0.65, up from $0.64 in the prior-year period (and up 12% year over year excluding the Operation Allies Welcome, or OAW, program). We’ve increased our fair value estimate to $56 from $55, which mostly reflects time value of money. We see the name as modestly undervalued at current levels, with shares trading in 4-star territory.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and sustainable technology solutions.
Stock Analyst Note

KBR posted solid second-quarter results, highlighted by a 31% year-over-year increase in adjusted EPS, from $0.58 to $0.76. We’ve modestly bumped up our fair value estimate to $55 from $54, mostly due to time value of money, and see the stock as fairly valued at current levels.
Company Report

Under the leadership of CEO Stuart Bradie, who took the helm in 2014, KBR has focused on shifting its portfolio toward differentiated government solutions. The portfolio rebalancing, which included the acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI in 2016, SGT in 2018, and Centauri in 2020, has already started to bear fruit and led to improved results in recent quarters. In 2020, KBR restructured its portfolio into two segments: government solutions and maintainable technology solutions.

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