This Dec. 6, 2016, file photo shows the United Technologies Electronic Controls factory in Huntington, Ind. United Technologies is acquiring Rockwell Collins for $22.75 billion in order to expand its aerospace capabilities. United Technologies employs about 300 at its UTC Aerospace Systems headquarters in Charlotte, and about 200 in Monroe.
This Dec. 6, 2016, file photo shows the United Technologies Electronic Controls factory in Huntington, Ind. United Technologies is acquiring Rockwell Collins for $22.75 billion in order to expand its aerospace capabilities. United Technologies employs about 300 at its UTC Aerospace Systems headquarters in Charlotte, and about 200 in Monroe. Michael Conroy AP
This Dec. 6, 2016, file photo shows the United Technologies Electronic Controls factory in Huntington, Ind. United Technologies is acquiring Rockwell Collins for $22.75 billion in order to expand its aerospace capabilities. United Technologies employs about 300 at its UTC Aerospace Systems headquarters in Charlotte, and about 200 in Monroe. Michael Conroy AP

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