ITT Exelis, Booz Allen Execs to Speak at Credit Suisse Conference

Dave Melcher, ITT Exelis

ITT Exelis and Booz Allen Hamilton executives will be making an appearance at the upcoming Credit Suisse Aerospace & Defense Conference on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011.

ITT’s Chief Executive Officer, President and Board Member Dave Melcher and Chief Financial Officer Peter Milligan will be speaking at the 17th annual conference and will discuss the newly public aerospace, defense and technology leader's performance, strategy and prospects for growth.

Booz Allen’s Sam Strickland, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Horacio Rozanski, EVP and chief operating officer, will also be among the executives presenting at the conference.

 

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