Materials powerhouse 3M reported earnings in line with expectations but cut the top end of its guidance for the year. Here's what you need to know.
Waste Management is the largest landfill operator in North America, and Republic Services is close behind. But regulation poses a huge risk for both companies.
Lackluster oil and gas revenues -- again -- weighed down an otherwise solid third quarter for the industrial juggernaut.
The industrial giant has been trying to make big changes to its business. Some have worked and some haven't. But where's it likely to end up in four years?
Oshkosh's stock has had a great 2016, rising more than 38% so far this year. But investors should be aware of the risks before buying in.
Chemours' stock has had a great year, up more than 190%. But that doesn't tell the whole story of this troubled company.
Oshkosh Corporation, the maker of fire trucks and other specialty vehicles, has strengths that set it apart from other truck makers and make it worth a look for investors.
Both 3M and Chemours are facing looming PFOA litigation that brings with it serious risks. Here's why 3M is a better bet to weather the storm.
Recent moves by DuPont suggest the company is already treating its merger and split with Dow Chemical as a foregone conclusion. Should it be so confident?
GE is in the midst of a huge operational transformation. When the dust settles, where will the company (and its shareholders) end up?
Brazil has problems. And thanks to General Electric's investments in Brazil, some of those problems are now GE's. Should investors be concerned?
The chemical giant is throwing resources at its agriculture business at the expense of its other units -- which might be a boon for rival 3M.
Literally thousands of PFOA-related lawsuits have been filed against DuPont. And the day of reckoning may be coming sooner rather than later.
Orders in General Electric's power segment have been sagging in recent quarters. Will its purchase of South Korea's Doosan Engineering turn the tide?
Chemours stock has been languishing since it was spun off from DuPont in 2015. But in August, it surprised everyone by jumping more than 40%. What's changed?
Just when the Dow-DuPont merger was looking like a done deal, the U.S. Senate decided to get involved. Is this cause for alarm?
DuPont's management covered a lot of topics on its recent second-quarter earnings call, but there were three things that it clearly thinks are especially important.
General Electric has taken a stake in Germany's Sonnen, which leads Tesla in sales of solar battery packs. But prior GE investments in battery technology haven't gone so well. Should Musk be nervous this time?
Management hammered one point over and over again in their Q2 earnings call. Here's what it means for you.
The company's numbers look amazing at first glance: earnings up 65%. But are those numbers everything they seem?