Earnings Preview: What to Expect From General Dynamics

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General Dynamics (NYS: GD) had a solid 2011, acquiring several companies and ramping up its Gulfstream jet segment to provide more diverse streams of revenue for the company. But what effect could defense cuts have on the company, and what should we expect from GD's earnings?

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