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Machinery Construction and Farm Machinery

  • Jan 19- The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1400 GMT on Thursday:. **U.S. buyout firm Bain Capital has joined Key Safety Systems in the U.S. auto parts supplier's bid to rescue Takata Corp, a source said, as the Japanese firm struggles for survival after a massive recall linked to its faulty air bags. **Lotte Chemical Corp is looking...

  • Jan 19- The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1100 GMT on Thursday:. *U.S. buyout firm Bain Capital has joined Key Safety Systems in the U.S. auto parts supplier's bid to rescue Takata Corp, a source said, as the Japanese firm struggles for survival after a massive recall linked to its faulty air bags. **Lotte Chemical Corp is looking...

  • Jan 19- The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1100 GMT on Thursday:. *U.S. buyout firm Bain Capital has joined Key Safety Systems in the U.S. auto parts supplier's bid to rescue Takata Corp, a source said, as the Japanese firm struggles for survival after a massive recall linked to its faulty air bags. **Lotte Chemical Corp is looking...

  • Three things to watch beyond Deere's earnings

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a look at Street expectations when Deere reports quarterly results before the opening bell.

  • Here's what the future of farming looks like

    Dorn Cox, a farmer in Lee, N.H., says that the future of farming won't be filled with glossy automated robots and tractors, but instead with do-it-yourself sensors and drones that feed data into an open source network of farmers.

  • Alabama tractor maker aims for Cuban market

    Horace Clemmons, Cleber LLC Founder, discusses the challenges of getting his company's farm equipment and a factory into Cuba.

  • Where everything is imported, but not the frogs

    In Singapore, 90 percent of food is imported, but the city-state's one and only frog farm is thriving.

  • Farming for the future

    CNBC's Aditi Roy reports from Salinas, California on the intersection of cutting-edge technology and agriculture.

  • The problems facing French producers

    Michel Portier, head of Agritel, talks about problems with wheat prices that are affecting French farmers and food producers.

  • CAT CEO: Vehemently in favor of trade

    Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar CEO, says the company would like to see an increase in infrastructure around the world and shares his thoughts on whether political rhetoric will impact trade.

  • CAT will get 'leaner and meaner': CEO

    Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar CEO, breaks down the company's second quarter results which beat expectations while navigating a difficult market environment.

  • Non-GMO corn is harvested with a John Deere & Co. 9670 STS combine harvester in this aerial photograph taken above Malden, Illinois.

    Even with some crop prices trending higher, the worst of the agricultural downturn may be far from over for Deere.

  • A Caterpillar 953C track loader moves soil to a dump truck as contractors work during the construction of residential housing in the Norton Commons subdivision in Louisville, Kentucky.

    CNBC "Halftime Report" investor Stephanie Link likes an industrial stock.

  • The CAT logo is displayed on Caterpillar construction equipment.

    Caterpillar revenue slumped 23 percent as weak commodity prices and slowing economic growth in developing countries hit demand for its products.

  • Caterpillar warns equipment sales still falling

    The construction and mining equipment company saw retail sales of machinery fall for the quarter ended in December.

  • Tough start to year, rebound ahead: Pro

    CNBC's Rick Santelli and Rebecca Corbin of Corbin Perception discuss a wall of worry surrounding the industrial sector and what to expect later this year.

  • Harvesting winter wheat in Kirkland, Illinois.

    Deere posted a sharp drop in earnings on Wednesday and forecast a further slump in agriculture and construction equipment sales in its new year.

  • Oct. ISM manufacturing index: 50.1

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the read on construction spending data from September, and the ISM manufacturing index.

  • An employee arranges meat at an E-Mart Co. store, a subsidiary of Shinsegae Co., in Seoul, South Korea.

    South Korea's beef imports have soared as consumers balk at paying record levels for prized local Hanwoo meat.

  • CAT dumps Navistar

    Caterpillar ends its outsourcing deal with Navistar.