TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Eaton's Sandy Cutler has built 'the foremost electrical company in the world' that operates in both the residential and commercial space and also has a 'fantastic truck business.' Cramer says Eaton's acquisition of Cooper Industries was transformative and now makes the combined company either first or second in the markets they compete in. Cramer says Sandy Cutler is maybe 'the great industrial CEO of our time' but doesn't get the credit because he's based in Cleveland. Cramer believes Eaton will continue to pay off in 2014.
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