NNS Announces $100M Share Buyback

Friday, February 02, 2001
Military ship and submarine builder Newport News Shipbuilding Inc. approved a $100 million share buyback program. The amount of the buyback is equivalent to nearly 6 percent of its shares outstanding based on current market prices. The buyback comes on top of previous share repurchases that have totaled 5.6 million shares since mid-1999.

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