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Aerojet Rocketdyne Could Lay Off 225 Due to Merger

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Aerojet Rocketdyne could lay off as many as 225 employees by March as it streamlines operations.

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U.S. Regulators Clear Aerojet-Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Merger

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Aerojet parent company GenCorp Inc. purchased Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne in a $550 million transaction that will leave just two major players standing after more than a decade of consolidation in the U.S. rocket propulsion industry.

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FTC Approves Aerojet-Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Merger

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GenCorp Inc. is free to proceed with its $550 million acquisition of rocket engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne from United Technologies Corp. after the FTC closed an investigation into whether the transaction would lead to an anti-competitive marketplace.

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