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Frontrunners for the presidential election moved forward in their bids during Super Tuesday.
After pulling the plug on its UTX takeover proposal, all eyes will be on Wednesday's investor conference.
The proposed tie-up was all but dead, but here's why Honeywell ultimately pulled the plug.
Merger chatter quiets surrounding Honeywell and United Technologies, but shareholders don't seem to mind.
Plus, Berkshire Hathaway has another strong quarter.
The two industrial giants just cannot seem to see eye-to-eye on whether a merger is more of a fantasy than a feasible transaction.
Honeywell sent a strong signal Friday that it has no plans to walk away from a proposed transaction with United Technologies Corp. (UTX).
Real Money's poll shows that the public is not a fan of large industrial mergers.
The world of manufacturers is under renewed pressure to combine, as many appear cornered by their expanding rivals.
Those big, fat ugly ducklings that have gone unloved for ages now are looking mighty good.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he'd buy company stock all day at $48; Macy's beats lowered expectations.
UTX put the kibosh on any potential merger, saying that the deal would face insurmountable regulatory and consumer opposition.
U.S. indices are down as Brent crude reverses its earlier gains.
We see more sideways price action for HON and perhaps renewed price weakness for UTX.
'Ain’t gonna happen.' That’s Jim Cramer's takeaway from his recent interview with United Technologies’ CEO Greg Hayes in regards to a possible UTX-Honeywell tie-up.
Those who were calling for a surprise U.S. recession by mid-year are becoming less concerned.
U.S. stocks are looking to start Tuesday lower as oil prices slip.
Honeywell should move quickly before someone else does.
It was a nice win for the bulls today. All the action was at the get go as the market flatlined after 10 a.m. ET. I am sorry, but I had little to say in my Diary as the market didn't talk back to me much. I end the day in market neutral, which is a ...
The good vibes that pushed Wall Street higher last week returned to trigger another rally in equities on Monday.
Try a call spread or a call butterfly to take a position on this beautifully boring name.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of the Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust, said he prefers Costco (COST) over Walmart (WMT), which cut its sales outlook on Thursday.
We had been in freefall and that's no longer the case, and we've also got something to build upon.
Utilities, tobacco and staples are doing incredibly well.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer believes Friday’s weaker-than-expected fourth quarter GDP report could be balanced by the strong Chicago PMI report.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Friday January 29, investors will get a few more quarterly reports to finish off the week.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer awaits earnings from Honeywell International which will be released before the markets open on Friday.
Strong growth in construction and health care jobs bodes well for General Electric's revamped business model.