The company is pushing to sell an underperforming business unit. But, so far, buyers don't like what they see – at least, not at the asking price.
Three reasons: It's been growing slowly, is lagging its peers, and is producing little cash.
In the face of unprecedented challenges to our energy system, one of the smartest bets out there is on energy efficiency.
The auto-components stock has hit new highs recently.
Industrial conglomerates haven't had much luck in Europe recently. It is certainly affecting Johnson Controls, but it may not be the most important factor for investors.
Some days, CEOs would be better off staying in bed.
This stock ought to whet my appetite -- and maybe yours, too.
Let's look back at how the year went for this company.
Market-trouncing returns could be written in this 5-Star.
JCI joins consortium to build the next big thing in EV energy storage