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Corning Company Info
Corning makes specialty glass and ceramics that are used in everything from flat-screen TVs to optical fiber to biosensors for drug research.
News & Analysis
Weak free cash flow makes Corning a riskier bet that it seems.
The glass company delivered an impressive Q4 earnings report.
The materials science company is preparing for margin expansion in 2022.
Good news on a couple different fronts ran counter to the choppy action in the broader market.
The world's most famous glassmaker just beat earnings -- and promised to do it again next quarter, too.
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Tanger Factory Outlet Centers and Corning offer high yields at low valuations.
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