Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI ) is best known as a big-league auto parts supplier to such companies as Ford (NYSE: F ) and Toyota (NYSE: TM ) . But in reality, the company is three businesses in one, all of which have potential. In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear takes a closer look at Johnson Controls and explores whether the stock looks like a buy right now.
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