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Dec 17- Oracle Corp reported a 3.5 percent increase in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, beating Wall Street's expectations, as sales at its closely watched cloud services business rose 45 percent. Investors have been carefully watching how Oracle beefs up its cloud divisions, which deliver software over the Internet. "Oracle has been going through a transition...
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MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J.— In a story Dec. 15, The Associated Press reported that Honeywell International Inc. reduced its 2014 sales guidance. The story should have added that the company made a voluntary payment of $184 million to fund aerospace incentives. That was accounted for as a charge to revenue and therefore reduced Honeywell's prior forecast.
Emerging markets are looking weak, and the effects of oil's plunge is spreading through the market.
Jim Cramer spoke with Honeywell CEO Dave Cote to get his take on why he is not as gloomy as everyone else right now and why he loves low oil prices.
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MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J.— Honeywell International Inc. has pared its sales outlook for the fourth quarter and full-year, saying Monday that it expects only modest economic growth in most of the world next year. Even so, the industrial conglomerate backed its previous guidance on earnings for the fourth quarter and 2014. Honeywell also issued earnings and sales...
Dec 15- Diversified U.S. manufacturer Honeywell International Inc said on Monday it expected an overall benefit from the decline in oil prices even as it gave a 2015 sales forecast that slightly trailed Wall Street's target. Low oil prices have pressured shares of some industrial manufacturers that supply to customers in the energy sector, and have weighed on...
Dec 15- Honeywell International Inc, a maker of aircraft parts and electronic equipment, forecast lower-than-expected sales for the next year, citing slow global economic growth. Honeywell said it expects sales of $40.5 billion- $41.1 billion and a profit of $5.95- $6.15 per share for 2015. The company reaffirmed its 2014 profit forecast.
Dec 15- Honeywell International Inc forecast 2015 revenue below market estimates as the diversified maker of aircraft parts and electronic equipment expects GDP growth in most regions across the world to grow only modestly. The company also cut its fourth-quarter revenue forecast to $10.1 billion- $10.2 billion from $10.3 billion- $10.4 billion.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is looking for some specific signals to spot the end of the slide.
With low oil prices causing fear in investors, Jim Cramer spells out the opportunities that could be hidden in the market next week.
Dec 10- The change atop United Technologies Corp has set off speculation the U.S. conglomerate may eventually shake up its diverse industrial businesses, including possibly divesting its Sikorsky helicopter unit. Shares of United Technologies have climbed 4 percent since the company announced on Nov. 24 that Chief Financial Officer Greg Hayes replaced...
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"In the next couple of quarters, should drilling and the build-out of infrastructure slow down, these are the guys that are going to get hit," said Kim Forrest, senior equity research analyst at Fort Pitt Capital Group in Pittsburgh. Goldman Sachs pointed out in a note this week that some big manufacturers have significant exposure to the oil and gas industry.
Large employers could find themselves facing worker lawsuits for violating health-reform laws under the Affordable Care Act.
Honeywell CEO David Cote was surprised by the EEOC lawsuit regarding his company's wellness program, which the Obama administration encourages.
American CEOs gathering in Washington, D.C., tell CNBC corporate tax reform and less burdensome regulations could help unlock the economy's potential.
Major U.S. corporations have broadly supported President Barack Obama's healthcare reform despite concerns over several of its elements - until now.