Raytheon Co.: Diversification

Case Solution

Michael E. Porter
Harvard Business School ()

The focus is on the question of whether Raytheon should enter the electronic components distribution industry as part of its broad diversification approach and acquisition criteria. This industry represents an area of ​​vertical integration for Raytheon, so analytical problems arising from decisions on vertical integration can also be examined. It is used in a section of a business policy course to aid diversification strategy or to motivate a comprehensive analysis of the electronic components distribution industry at the beginning of a policy course. Designed for use in reference to the electronic components distribution industry.

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