The deal could turn Pratt & Whitney's geared turbofan aircraft engines into more robust challengers to GE's market-leading engines.
A reappraisal of three growth stocks shows one whose valuation now looks a bit stretched, another that still looks like a good value, and another somewhere in the middle.
The breakup will give investors three different companies to invest in. Here's the one that's the most interesting.
The truck maker's stock looks like a good value as long as you're willing to take a long-term view.
The toolmaker has a host of growth drivers, but it faces near-term headwinds.
For BorgWarner, Zebra Technologies, and Emerson Electric, the current headwinds appear temporary.
These three cyclical stocks took a beating in May.
The puts and takes behind a disappointing month for shareholders in these three stocks.
The company got hit by a mix of end-market and stock-specific issues.
The company has followed a winning strategy over the years, and the strong performance has continued in 2019.
Fears that a slowdown in the economy would hurt rail traffic are the last thing Wabtec needs as it integrates a major acquisition.
The latest investor presentation was a mix of positives and negatives, but now it's up to GE to demonstrate that its turnaround plans for the power segment are on track.
While most investors are focused on its response to the 737 MAX crashes, the aerospace giant's other planes and operating units are quietly gaining altitude.
The toolmaker has seen an unusually volatile year in terms of its stock price. Here's the lowdown.
The industrial conglomerate raised the midpoint of its earnings guidance in the first quarter, but it wasn't enough to spur optimism in its stock.
The engineering contractor continues to face execution issues and doubts remain over its backlog.
The industrial automation play faces some near-term earnings headwinds.
The welding equipment manufacturer faces an uncertain outlook, but a rival's results and guidance suggest it's not so bad.
The process automation company looks set for a better second half but headwinds are rising.
The staffing company's stock is being impacted by fears over the economy.