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39. United Technologies
United Technologies
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 39 (Previous rank: 42)
Compare tool: United Technologies vs. Top 10
CEO: Louis Chênevert
Address: 1 Financial Plaza
Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: 860-728-7000
Website: www.utc.com
In December, the maker of aerospace equipment, elevators and air conditioners was awarded a $1.5 billion contract by the Pentagon to build Black Hawk and Medevac helicopters. The company is also a supplier of aviation parts for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Strength in overseas sales, which account for half of its total, helped drive revenue up 14.5% for the year, thanks to a weaker dollar. Profit rose 13.2% and beat expectations for the third year in a row. This past March, the company made a $2.63 billion takeover bid for ATM maker Diebold.

Revenues 54,759.0 14.5
Profits 4,224.0 13.2
Assets 54,575.0
Stockholders' equity 21,355.0
Market value (3/28/2008) 67,191.1
Revenues 7.7
Assets 7.7
Stockholders' equity 19.8
2007 $ 4.27
% change from 2006 15.1
1997-2007 annual growth rate % 15.0
2007 24.4
1997-2007 annual rate 17.2
1 Boeing 27 66,387.0
2 United Technologies 39 54,759.0
3 Lockheed Martin 57 41,862.0
4 Honeywell International 73 34,589.0
5 Northrop Grumman 76 32,032.0
6 General Dynamics 87 27,294.0
7 Raytheon 112 22,426.0
8 L-3 Communications 182 13,960.5
9 Textron 202 13,225.0
10 Goodrich 375 6,535.8
11 Precision Castparts 444 5,414.1
12 Rockwell Collins 514 4,415.0
13 Alliant Techsystems 594 3,564.9
14 DRS Technologies 707 2,821.1
15 DynCorp International 874 2,082.3
16 BE Aerospace 980 1,677.7
From the May 5, 2008 issue
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