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The waste management company has an upbeat outlook for the new year. Will its performance make it a buy?
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General Electric forecasts huge growth in industrial data analytics, and it's already leading the charge.
GE's outlook for the next few years is strong. But what's driving the rosy forecast?
These electrical industry heavyweights are teaming up in ways that should help their performance for years to come.
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The company made two big purchases in November, but one is more intriguing than the other.
The Justice Department would have the ability to stop DuPont's merger with Dow and GE's Baker Hughes deal. With Jeff Sessions in charge, that may be a possibility.
The waste disposer and recycler reported a great third quarter with the promise of more to come.
The company benefitted not only from its earnings report, but the national election, too.
This beleaguered chemical manufacturer's stock skyrocketed in November. Is it too late to jump in?
Political developments sent both of these chemical companies' stocks higher this month.
This company will benefit from Trump's promised increases in infrastructure spending -- and defense spending, too.