#RSAC: Raytheon in $1.9 Billion Move for Websense

None | April 21, 2015

Defense contractor giant Raytheon has announced a $1.9 billion bid to acquire Websense, in a deal which will see the latter create a new joint venture with Raytheon Cyber Products to provide “defense-grade cybersecurity.”

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On December 6 at the Harmonie Club in New York, Jay Clayton, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, delivered the keynote speech of a SIPA-hosted panel discussion among financial-sector leaders and influencers.

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On December 6 at the Harmonie Club in New York, Jay Clayton, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, delivered the keynote speech of a SIPA-hosted panel discussion among financial-sector leaders and influencers.

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