A little-known regulatory feature is the hidden key to big recurring profits for GE.
The company isn't going anywhere, that's for sure. But there's one yellow flag you need to know about before you buy in.
The NHTSA has released a new report that examines federal rules as they apply to driverless cars. The news looks mostly good for GM and Ford, but could spell trouble for Google.
One of the company's least understood divisions may become its most outstanding performer.
These three companies are all making similar predictions moving forward. But is one more likely than the others to outperform?
Honeywell's and United Technologies' stocks made big moves after a merger proposal went public. But those who bought in should have heeded these pitfalls.
GE had a fantastic 2015 in terms of divesting its GE Capital holdings. But 2016 may not be going according to plan.
Through a merger with Dow Chemical, followed by a three-way split, DuPont hopes to improve its fortunes. But the big beneficiary might not be DuPont's shareholders: it might be 3M's.
It's been a rough few months for the stock prices of many industrial conglomerates, which means their current dividend yields have risen. But should you take this opportunity to buy?
One of GE's big deals sailed past U.S. regulators, while another from which it hopes to benefit is stuck in the mire. What's the net result for shareholders?
3M is in good shape, but a looming legal nightmare could potentially destroy the company's success -- and reputation.
The company has been on a roll for years, beating its peers' performance as well as the market's. But can it last?
Is there a Pepsi to 3M's Coke? Or is the company in a category unto itself? And if so, how can you evaluate it?
Reports from Google and Apple look good -- for competitors GM and Ford. But a new report on car ownership is the icing on the cake.
Honeywell is outperforming its peers by virtually every metric. How does it manage to do it? More importantly, can it keep it up?
GE and Diamond Offshore have just arrived at a service agreement for blowout preventers after eight months of negotiations. Is this a game-changer for the industry, and for shareholders?
Adding to the woes of the proposed Halliburton/Baker Hughes merger, the EU has now launched a probe. What does this mean for investors?
Honeywell's stock jumped after its recent earnings report, while GE's sank. Are these trends going to continue?
GE and Emerson are pursuing eerily similar strategies for the coming year. Will they be able to pull off the same game plan?
Baidu has announced entry into the driverless car market. Will China's more relaxed regulatory structure help it leave Ford, GM, and even Google in the dust?