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United Technologies
25 мая, 21:28

New Stock Research Reports for Merck, 3M and United Technologies

New Stock Research Reports for Merck, 3M and United Technologies

23 мая, 18:30

Aerospace and Defense ETFs Soar on U.S-Saudi Deal

Stocks in the Aerospace and Defense sector have rallied owing to Trump's arms deal with Saudi Arabia.

23 мая, 16:43

Raven (RAVN) Reports Strong Q1, Beats Earnings Estimates

Raven Industries, Inc. (RAVN) reported first-quarter fiscal 2018 results

23 мая, 16:07

Lockheed Martin (LMT) Wins $55M Deal for CH-53K Aircraft

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s (LMT) Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. has won a modification contract from the U.S. Navy to provide the long lead items in support of low-rate initial production of four Lot II CH-53K aircraft.

22 мая, 20:45

«Все, что исходит в эти дни из Вашингтона, надо принимать скептически»

«Как-то неуютно становится, когда тебе звонит избранный президент. Уж очень большой человек», – говорит Грег Хэйес. Гендиректор вспоминает, как Дональд Трамп сделал United Technologies Corp. (UTC) политическим антагонистом – своеобразным Джебом Бушем, но из деловых кругов.

22 мая, 20:08

Ford’s New CEO Distances Himself From Trump On Mexico

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); In January, Ford Motor Co. abandoned plans to open a $1.6 million factory in Mexico, a move hailed by then President-elect Donald Trump as a vote of confidence in his promise to reverse the flow of U.S. manufacturing jobs to that country. But on Monday, Ford’s newly named chief executive officer distanced himself from an administration marred by a steady stream of self-inflicted scandals and a failure to enact key parts of its policy agenda. “I had nothing to do with the previous decisions on Mexico,” Jim Hackett, who previously served as a director on the board and led Ford’s autonomous car project, said at a press conference Monday morning. “We made that decision not for political reasons, but for business reasons, and those are still sound today.” Hackett, 62, spent over two decades as chief executive of the office furniture giant Steelcase Inc. In 2011, he oversaw the closure of three factories in Michigan, Texas and Canada, and moved production to the company’s two plants in Mexico. At Ford, he said Mexico ― where the company is already expanding two plants ― would remain a manufacturing hub.  “We’re a global company,” he said. “We want to own our strategies about where we play and how we win. We’ll be producing product all over the world. We have to do that. The supply chains are designed in interactive ways that you can’t undo.” The board blamed ousted CEO Mark Fields for putting the 114-year-old automaker on Trump’s radar by announcing plans to move production on the Ford Focus from Michigan to San Luis Potosí last year. His failure to predict and prevent Trump from dragging Ford into the political spotlight factored heavily into the decision to fire Fields, according to The Wall Street Journal. Ford did not respond to a request for comment for this article. Trump vowed to revive American manufacturing by slashing regulations and reworking trade deals, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, that encourage U.S. companies to shift production to Mexico, where labor costs are lower. He kicked off the process before he took office, striking a much-ballyhooed deal with the air conditioner maker Carrier to keep a factory slated for closure in Indiana. He did so by offering lavish tax breaks and federal contracts to United Technologies, Carrier’s parent company. I had nothing to do with the previous decisions on Mexico. Jim Hackett, Ford's newly named CEO Trump touted Ford’s announcement in January as yet another win for his manufacturing agenda, despite Fields’ insistence that politics had little to do with the decision. For months after, crediting Trump for already-planned investments in U.S. operations became a routine part of many large companies’ PR strategies, giving the new president fodder for boastful pronouncements on Twitter. But confidence that such a piecemeal approach would give way to concrete policy change has faltered as the administration stumbles from one political crisis to the next, making it difficult to forge ahead with a comprehensive lawmaking agenda. Last week alone, the White House struggled to stave off daily reports of potentially illegal moves by Trump to squelch an investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia’s alleged hacking of his rivals in the Democratic National Committee. Ford’s sudden replacement of its chief executive came as a surprise to most, despite a rough few months for the Detroit automaker. Chairman Bill Ford said he had not briefed the president, who traveled from Saudi Arabia to Israel on Monday morning, about the decision. Instead, Ford held a press conference to announce the new chief. The chairman said he scheduled a call with Vice President Mike Pence sometime after. Ford’s stock price rose nearly 2 percent on Monday morning.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=586bcf32e4b0d9a5945c8b7b,587e54f5e4b0f63fcfa33c9e,586d1d8de4b0de3a08fa5c10,57dadb95e4b08cb1409444ff,584ef133e4b0bd9c3dfdd635 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 мая, 20:08

Ford’s New CEO Distances Himself From Trump On Mexico

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); In January, Ford Motor Co. abandoned plans to open a $1.6 million factory in Mexico, a move hailed by then President-elect Donald Trump as a vote of confidence in his promise to reverse the flow of U.S. manufacturing jobs to that country. But on Monday, Ford’s newly named chief executive officer distanced himself from an administration marred by a steady stream of self-inflicted scandals and a failure to enact key parts of its policy agenda. “I had nothing to do with the previous decisions on Mexico,” Jim Hackett, who previously served as a director on the board and led Ford’s autonomous car project, said at a press conference Monday morning. “We made that decision not for political reasons, but for business reasons, and those are still sound today.” Hackett, 62, spent over two decades as chief executive of the office furniture giant Steelcase Inc. In 2011, he oversaw the closure of three factories in Michigan, Texas and Canada, and moved production to the company’s two plants in Mexico. At Ford, he said Mexico ― where the company is already expanding two plants ― would remain a manufacturing hub.  “We’re a global company,” he said. “We want to own our strategies about where we play and how we win. We’ll be producing product all over the world. We have to do that. The supply chains are designed in interactive ways that you can’t undo.” The board blamed ousted CEO Mark Fields for putting the 114-year-old automaker on Trump’s radar by announcing plans to move production on the Ford Focus from Michigan to San Luis Potosí last year. His failure to predict and prevent Trump from dragging Ford into the political spotlight factored heavily into the decision to fire Fields, according to The Wall Street Journal. Ford declined to comment on the role politics played in determining Fields’ fate, but said in a statement that the company required change.  “Given the changes in competition, technology and consumer expectations, Ford’s board determined that the company needed a different kind of leadership to develop the culture, further strengthen the core automotive business and accelerate a strategic shift to capitalize on emerging opportunities,” Alan Hall, a Ford spokesman, told HuffPost in an email. “The statement provided clearly communicates the reasons for the board decision.” Trump vowed to revive American manufacturing by slashing regulations and reworking trade deals, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, that encourage U.S. companies to shift production to Mexico, where labor costs are lower. He kicked off the process before he took office, striking a much-ballyhooed deal with the air conditioner maker Carrier to keep a factory slated for closure in Indiana. He did so by offering lavish tax breaks and federal contracts to United Technologies, Carrier’s parent company. I had nothing to do with the previous decisions on Mexico. Jim Hackett, Ford's newly named CEO Trump touted Ford’s announcement in January as yet another win for his manufacturing agenda, despite Fields’ insistence that politics had little to do with the decision. For months after, crediting Trump for already-planned investments in U.S. operations became a routine part of many large companies’ PR strategies, giving the new president fodder for boastful pronouncements on Twitter. But confidence that such a piecemeal approach would give way to concrete policy change has faltered as the administration stumbles from one political crisis to the next, making it difficult to forge ahead with a comprehensive lawmaking agenda. Last week alone, the White House struggled to stave off daily reports of potentially illegal moves by Trump to squelch an investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia’s alleged hacking of his rivals in the Democratic National Committee. Ford’s sudden replacement of its chief executive came as a surprise to most, despite a rough few months for the Detroit automaker. Chairman Bill Ford said he had not briefed the president, who traveled from Saudi Arabia to Israel on Monday morning, about the decision. Instead, Ford held a press conference to announce the new chief. The chairman said he scheduled a call with Vice President Mike Pence sometime after. Ford’s stock price rose nearly 2 percent on Monday morning.  This article has been updated with comments from a Ford spokesman. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=586bcf32e4b0d9a5945c8b7b,587e54f5e4b0f63fcfa33c9e,586d1d8de4b0de3a08fa5c10,57dadb95e4b08cb1409444ff,584ef133e4b0bd9c3dfdd635 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 мая, 14:50

Lockheed Secures $137M Deal to Offer F-35s at Lower Rate

Lockheed Martin's (LMT) F-35 Lightning II is a 5th Generation, single-seat, single-engine fighter jet.

18 мая, 15:46

Industrial Output Best since 2014: 3 Top Fund Picks

Record gain in industrial production in nearly three years, calls for investment in mutual funds related to the major industry groups.

18 мая, 14:34

Lockheed Martin Set to Overhaul UH-60 Helicopter Blades

The purchase of the Sikorsky Aircraft by Lockheed (LMT), for $9 billion from United Technologies in Nov 2015, strengthened the former's position as the largest defense contractor in the U.S.

17 мая, 16:20

Honeywell's (HON) New Louisiana Facility Goes Onstream

Honeywell International Inc. (HON) pledged its support yet again for eco-friendly products with the announcement of the start of commercial operations in its new manufacturing plant in Geismar, LA.

16 мая, 16:40

3M vs United Technologies: Which Stock Should You Bet on?

3M Company (MMM) seems to have trumped United Technologies Corporation (UTX) on most fronts and stands out as a better investment proposition.

09 мая, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Lilly, American Express, Aetna, Las Vegas Sands and Capital One

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Lilly, American Express, Aetna, Las Vegas Sands and Capital One

08 мая, 23:59

Top Research Reports for Today: UTX, LLY & AXP

Top Research Reports for Today: UTX, LLY & AXP

08 мая, 14:15

Industrial battle

Daniel Loeb may be spinning his Honeywell International story a bit too far. The activist investor wants the $100 billion conglomerate to hive off its aerospace unit. That could be

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06 мая, 00:00

When the CEO Met the CEO President

Joseph Rago, Wall Street JournalUnited Technologies head Gregory Hayes on how Trump kept the Carrier plant open—and the high-paid factory jobs he’s having trouble filling.

04 мая, 23:55

Defense Stock Roundup: BA, GD, UTX Beat Q1 Earnings, LMT Wins DoD Deal

Quarterly results dominated the Aerospace-Defense space over the past five trading session. As a result, the S&P 500 Aerospace & Defense (Industry) Index gained 1.9% during this period

03 мая, 14:28

Defense Stocks' Q1 Earnings on May 4: HII, TDY & Others

Five defense companies -- Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. (HII), Teledyne Technologies Inc. (TDY), Leidos Holdings, Inc. (LDOS), Orbital ATK, Inc. (OA) and Engility Holdings, Inc. (EGL) are expected to release quarterly results on May 4

28 апреля, 18:48

ETFs in Focus on Aerospace and Defense Earnings

Five major players in the Aerospace and Defense industry beat earnings expectations but reported mixed revenue results.

27 апреля, 16:39

Company News for April 27, 2017

Companies in the News are: UTX,GD,ANTM,EW