Raytheon CFO: Too soon to mull financial consequences for failed missile test

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Raytheon Co’s chief financial officer said on Thursday that it was too soon to discuss whether the company would have to take any charges for a failed U.S. missile-defense test this month, when its interceptor failed to separate from the rest of the rocket.

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