Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI ) is best known as a top-tier supplier to auto giants like Ford (NYSE: F ) and Toyota (NYSE: TM ) , but the company is actually three businesses in one. All of those businesses have intriguing potential, but what are the risks? In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at the risks facing Johnson Controls -- and points out exactly what any investor should be watching.
Is Johnson Controls poised to profit from electric cars?
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