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Wesco and Enerpac Among Infrastructure Picks at Wells Fargo
Westinghouse Air Brake and John Bean join Wesco and Enerpac as 'the most immediate and direct beneficiaries' of the infrastructure bill.
Wabtec Rolls Along on Second-Quarter Earnings Beat
Wabtec rises Tuesday as the rail equipment maker beats Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations.
Investors Put Brakes on Wabtec Following Analyst Downgrade
Shares of Wabtec skid after the company receives an analyst downgrade amid weaker-than-anticipated North American freight rail fundamentals.
General Electric Falls After JPMorgan Analyst Reiterates His Neutral Rating
Shares of General Electric fall Monday after a JPMorgan analyst reiterates his neutral rating on the company.
GE Restructures Wabtec Spinoff In Deal That Will Net It $3.4B in Cash
GE's plan to sell off its transportation division is expected to net the company $3.4 billion.
Morgan Stanley M&A Prowess to Remain Strong; Google Dealt Another EU Fine--ICYMI
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General Electric CEO John Flannery Plots Three-Pronged Path Forward
The three stages GE must go through to become a more narrowly focused industrial will likely take several years, according to William Blair.
GE Shares Spike After It Confirms Healthcare Spinoff, Baker Hughes Stake Sale
General Electric shares jumped Tuesday after the group confirmed plans to spin off its healthcare unit and exit its stake in oil services company Baker Hughes.
General Electric Sells Distributed Power Unit to Advent for $3.25 Billion
Advent will acquire the Jenbacher and Waukesha engine brands and a few manufacturing sites.
Cisco Systems Stock Leaps On Q4 Earnings Beat, 2023 Sales Outlook As Supply Chain Pressures Ease
"Overall supply constraints began to ease slightly at the back half of the fourth quarter and continuing into the start of the first quarter," said CEO Chuck Robbins.
Ransomware Suspect Charged in U.S. as Incidents Surge
A Russian citizen is charged in the U.S. for his alleged role in an international cryptocurrency money laundering conspiracy.
TheStreet's Doug Kass: Don't Be Fooled by Stock Rally
The S&P 500 index has jumped 11% in the past month, 'reducing the general attraction of equities,' investor Doug Kass says.