BRIDGESTONE CORP (BRDCY)

19.78
0.05 0.25
OTC
Prev Close 19.73
Open 19.80
Day Low/High 19.78 / 19.89
52 Wk Low/High 17.61 / 20.41
Volume 16.80K
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 761.54B
Market Cap 30.32B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Hankook Tire Opens Korean Tech Center in Push Toward Global 'Top Tier'

Hankook Tire Opens Korean Tech Center in Push Toward Global 'Top Tier'

Seventh in global market share, Hankook soon will increase production in the U.S.

This Asia-Based Expat Laments Britain's Short-Sighted Move

I'm glad I live in this part of the world. But even Asia hasn't been spared the wrath of the disastrous Brexit decision.

4 Value Stocks to Buy Now as the Cycle Reverses Away From Growth

4 Value Stocks to Buy Now as the Cycle Reverses Away From Growth

it's been 10 years of growth over value stocks, but times are changing. Here are four value picks, along with two growth recommendations.

What Do the Charts Say About These 4 'Value' Stocks?

What Do the Charts Say About These 4 'Value' Stocks?

How does the technical analysis stack up for these four value plays?

Pep Boys Inks Deal With Icahn After Bridgestone Retreats From Bidding War

Pep Boys Inks Deal With Icahn After Bridgestone Retreats From Bidding War

Bridgestone won't counter Carl Icahn's latest offer for auto-repair chain Pep Boys, leaving Wall Street to speculate on the billionaire investor's plans for the Philadelphia company.

Icahn Lures Pep Boys Back From Bridgestone With $1 Billion Counter-Offer

Icahn Lures Pep Boys Back From Bridgestone With $1 Billion Counter-Offer

Auto-parts retailer Pep Boys plans to scrap a buyout offer from tire-maker Bridgestone unless the suitor trumps an offer of $18.50 a share, or about $1 billion, from Carl Icahn.

European Shares Open Higher as Oil Prices Rebound

And four other things you need to know now.

Pep Boys Board Praises Carl Icahn's $863 Million Buyout Offer as 'Superior'

Pep Boys Board Praises Carl Icahn's $863 Million Buyout Offer as 'Superior'

Bridgestone, which previously struck an $835 million deal to buy Philadelphia-based auto parts and services company Pep Boys, has until Friday to hike its offer and stave off Carl Icahn.

Pep Boys Sells to Bridgestone for $835 Million Under Activist Pressure From Mario Gabelli

Pep Boys Sells to Bridgestone for $835 Million Under Activist Pressure From Mario Gabelli

Bridgestone's buyout of Pep Boys comes four months after activist investor Mario Gabelli reached a deal to add three dissident directors to the auto-parts and services retailer's board.

China Is Hustling to Compete With Pacific Trade Pact

China Is Hustling to Compete With Pacific Trade Pact

China isn't part of the huge trade agreement between 12 Pacific Rim nations. But Beijing isn't standing by while other Asian countries open their borders to more foreign investment.

How Multinationals Are Adapting to China's Slowing Economy

How Multinationals Are Adapting to China's Slowing Economy

China's economic growth is expected to slow for years, so multinational companies are starting to adapt to the changing business climate there.

Why Japanese Firms Have a Huge Competitive Edge in Vietnam

Why Japanese Firms Have a Huge Competitive Edge in Vietnam

Japanese companies are taking advantage of their government's growing economic aid to Vietnam and snaring lucrative contracts in the Southeast Asian nation.

Three Companies That Should Benefit From a Stronger U.S. Dollar

Three Companies That Should Benefit From a Stronger U.S. Dollar

Xavier Smith, portfolio manager for the Centre Global Select Equity Fund, makes a case for Bridgestone, Tata Motors and Novo Nordisk.

Ebola Nurse’s Cleveland Visit: 18 Other Nurses on Same Flight

Ebola Nurse’s Cleveland Visit: 18 Other Nurses on Same Flight

Where did Ebola victim Amber Vinson go and what did she do in Cleveland and Akron? Here's what we know now.

Goodyear Swings to Profit; Sales Climb 10%

Quarterly earnings are well ahead of estimates.

A Mind-Bobbling Revival

A Mind-Bobbling Revival

The interest in bobblehead figures, around for decades, has exploded. So have the price tags.

Update: Bridgestone/Firestone Names American as CEO

John Lampe will succeed Japan's Masatoshi Ono.