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Looming Budget Cuts

June 11, 2012

Looming Budget Cuts

Litigation is the basic legal right that guarantees every corporation its decade in court. —David Porter, American Naval Officer, 1813-1891   The future of U.S. government agreements to purchase commercial optical satellite imagery is in limbo, and the natives are growing restless. OnMay 4, 2012, GeoEyeCEOMatt O’Connell hurled a shot across DigitalGlobe’s bow with an