Cummins has come under a lot of selling pressure lately, but the worst may not be over yet.
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The engine maker fell short of investor expectations with its third-quarter results and hopes big changes will be enough to turn the tide.
Negative commentary from one prominent Wall Street firm and a struggling commodities market spelled trouble for Greenbrier in September.
Both Caterpillar Inc. and Cummins Inc. have been hammered this year, but which one is a better buy now? Our contributors weigh in.
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Dover and Eaton have seen their stock prices decline recently because of the collapse in oil, but their diversified businesses will keep them afloat.
Clean Energy Fuels saw its shares tank 61% in 2014. Can any amount of progress bring the company's stock back this year?
The bearish case for Deere & Company, or why 2015 might not be the trough.
Which is the better dividend stock: Caterpillar or Deere? Let's dig beyond just their current yields and find out.