NEW YORK— Rockwell Collins Inc. said Friday that its board approved spending another $500 million to buy back the company's stock. The military contractor and jet equipment supplier said it expects earnings between $4.90 per share and $5.10 per share during fiscal year 2015. It expects revenue between $5.2 billion and $5.3 billion.» Read More
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