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DETROIT, Oct 7- The use of turbo chargers to boost power in smaller automotive engines is expected to increase rapidly over the next five years, with the greatest growth anticipated in China, according to Honeywell International Inc, a major player in the sector.
*Groups like Club for Growth gain prominence with GOP. As the shutdown of the government approaches its third day, business leaders and groups like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are worried about the economic implications of a standoff over the debt limit, but their pleas have not moved the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives to action.
SINGAPORE/ BEIJING, Oct 3- China's largest domestically produced aircraft may not enter service until early next decade, a delay that gives dominant rivals Boeing Co and Airbus time to launch their upgraded single-aisle planes first.
"This time, everybody's very laid back on it," Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus says.
*Pentagon says 78 percent of issues raised already addressed. WASHINGTON, Sept 30- Lockheed Martin Corp has resolved many quality problems on the $392 billion F-35 fighter jet program since a troubling audit by the Pentagon inspector general's office last year, top U.S. government and industry officials said on Monday.
Fed developments suggest cyclical stocks are buys? Yet other developments suggest they're not. Now what?
Though investors should be generally cautious, several stand-out stocks are likely to go much higher, said CNBC's Jim Cramer.
**APPLE INC, Tuesday close $455.32, up 1 pct premarket. The fingerprint reader on Apple's top-end iPhone 5 S received an early thumbs up for ease of use from two influential reviewers, helping dispel concerns about the scanning technology which has been notoriously unreliable in other cellphones. **FEDEX CORP, Tuesday close $110.68, up 2.2 pct premarket.
**ADOBE SYSTEMS INC, Tuesday close $48.14, up 6 pct after market. **FIVE BELOW INC, Tuesday close $48.5, down 2 pct after market. The company said shareholders have agreed to sell 7.1 million shares of its common stock, of which 7 million shares would be sold by funds affiliated with Advent International and 100,000 shares will be sold by Five Below's executive chairman.
Are governments trying to shake down sharing economy start-ups like Airbnb over lost tax revenue?
An industry survey of airline Wi-Fi users finds some of them want a connection so badly, they'd give up access to the lavatory to get it.
Briand Greer, Asia Pacific President of Honeywell Aerospace speaks to CNBC at the 2013 U.S-China Aviation Summit in Beijing and explains why he's optimistic on domestic aviation growth.
One of the few things defense experts agree on about Syria is that any military strike will involve Tomahawk cruise missiles made by Raytheon.
"Putting together a top-notch portfolio is a lot like building a terrific fantasy football team,” said the Mad Money host. Who's playing for Cramer?
PARIS, Aug 23- France's top administrative court said it would decide on Tuesday whether to overturn a government ban on the sale of some of Daimler's cars in France in a row over coolant fluid. France held up the sale of thousands of Daimler's Mercedes Benz cars after the German carmaker chose not to equip them with a new, more environmentally friendly coolant.
CHICAGO, Aug 21- Polaris Industries Inc's relaunch this month of the Indian motorcycle, a storied U.S. brand older than Harley-Davidson, has pulses racing on and off Wall Street.
The order from Transport Canada comes after a fire broke out on July 12 at London's Heathrow airport aboard a parked Boeing 787 owned by Ethiopian Airlines. But other regulators, and Boeing itself, have recommended inspections on other types of aircraft.
*Boeing orders worth $1.1 billion based on list price. TOKYO, July 30- All Nippon Airways, affirming its confidence in Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner was unshaken by a fire on one of the jets in London, said it would buy three Boeing 777 aircraft and a 767 freighter worth $1.1 billion based on their list price.
A few stocks could hold significant opportunity on a pullback, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.