Northrop Grumman Corp. is expanding its rocket engine manufacturing operations in Cecil County and plans to add 175 new jobs over the next five years at the Elkton facility, the company announced Tuesday The unit, which had been known as ...Read More »
Community leaders, business groups and politicians say that tax breaks, public-private partnerships and public financing are essential to keeping Maryland competitive with other states in attracting -- and retaining -- businesses and development projects.Read More »
With a $20 million state loan promised to defense contractor Northrop Grumman hanging in the balance, the Anne Arundel County Executive’s office is very concerned about the aerospace’s company’s future in the county. “To say we are worried by this ...Read More »
Despite passage of a new tax credit and the defeat of a much-feared bill requiring paid sick leave, Maryland’s business community ended this year’s General Assembly session without many clear victories or defeats. “Overall, it was a mixed bag,” said ...Read More »
Northrop Grumman wants to be able to draw future generations of engineers from Baltimore schools and has announced a new effort to make that happen. With help from the city schools and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the Northrop ...Read More »
Northrop Grumman Corp. unmanned mine-hunting devices recently performed a successful demonstration for the U.S. Navy during an exercise in the Persian Gulf, Northrop of Annapolis announced. In the demonstration, the Mine Hunting Unmanned Surface Vehicle (MHU) was used in tandem ...Read More »
Northrop Grumman Corp., the global security company in Linthicum, announced it has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for an $11.9 million contract to develop advanced wideband digital antenna technology for next generation radio frequency sensors using ...
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