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3M will buy Scott Safety which had annual revenues of $570 million last year
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Employers who alert authorities to employees accepting bribes will be immune from further prosectution.
At its recently held two day Executive Channel Conference in Dubai, Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI) hosted over 200 guests including leaders of 78 distribution channels across 24 countries in Middle East and Africa (MEA).
This week on Wall Street, investors will get quarterly results from Apple, a Federal Reserve meeting and the January jobs report.
Value stocks will extend their outperformance over growth stocks that began last year.
Cramer can't understand why shares of Johnson Controls spinoff Adient aren't trading higher.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
Jim Cramer likes JCI, but says to hold off on BIIB and GPRE.
Focus on hopes for corporate tax cuts, repatriation of overseas assets, deregulation, says Jim Cramer.
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Self-driving cars of the future will have completely new interiors, potentially featuring fully reclining seats and handheld devices rather than just dashboard controls.
Global automotive company Adient began trading as an independent company Monday, and the company's CEO shares his thoughts on the cars of the future.
Johnson Controls (JCI) today completed the spin off of its Adient (ADNT) unit, a move that came as a result of the company's merger with Tyco Int'l.
Johnson Controls (JCI) stock coverage was started at Baird with an 'outperform' rating on Monday.
Bankers with the most deal volume in the third quarter varied across sectors, from regional banks to energy.
The new president's stimulus policies, the possibility of a 2016 rate hike and lower movie receipts are among the topics analysts are studying for the final months of the year.
Problems have hit some favorite names, but opportunities are becoming apparent.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the Apocalypse. Apple, Apogee and Amazon are among the stocks discussed.
Johnson Controls (JCI) spinoff Adient expects revenues of up to $17 billion for 2017, the company announced earlier today.
One company indicates that business is good in the all-important non-residential construction sector.
This article takes a look at three high-quality dividend growth stocks, each down 3% or more, to buy after Friday's market decline.
Weakening momentum and a quantitative downgrade suggest a cautious stance for JCI.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including downgrades for Apple, Lululemon Athletica, Nike and Tractor Supply.
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Mergers and high-growth stocks are making the market better and better, Cramer says.
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