LONG POND, PA – Raytheon Corp. sees light at the end of the tunnel for its slow-selling night-vision system now exclusively offered by Cadillac. Hummers get night vision as dealer-installed option this month. Stuart Klapper, executive director-transportation products, says he expects night-vision unit sales to grow 25% over last year. "By 2005, we'll start to see a lot more activity," he adds. By the end of September, Raytheon's night-vision system will be available in General ...

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