41.75 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:56PM EDT
|Bid||41.50 x 400|
|Ask||41.99 x 400|
|Day's range||41.41 - 41.86|
|52-week range||36.74 - 46.17|
|PE ratio (TTM)||-84.17|
|Earnings date||9 Nov 2017|
|Dividend & yield||1.00 (2.47%)|
|1y target est||47.00|
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Royal Dutch Shell, Morgan Stanley, Aetna, Johnson Controls International and LyondellBasell Industries
Johnson Controls (JCI) completes divestiture of Scott Safety business to 3M, in line with the company's strategy to spin off low-margin businesses.
If businesses and governments aren't careful, innovation could exacerbate inequality, business leaders warned at "Summer Davos" in Dalian, China.
Johnson Controls CEO, Alex Molinaroli, says in spite of slowdown worries, he remains upbeat about achieving double digit growth in China.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Channel Partners Will Continue to Play Crucial Role in Serving Customers Better At its recently held two day Executive Channel Conference in Dubai, Johnson ...
EU antitrust regulators handed down a 68 million euro fine to world No. 1 lead recycler Ecobat Technologies and two of its peers on Wednesday for taking part in a cartel in recycling of car batteries. ...
Ecobat Technologies, the world's biggest lead recycler, Belgian rival Campine and France's Recylex are set to be fined by EU antitrust regulators next month for taking part in a cartel, two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. Johnson Controls International (NYSE: JCI - news) will not be sanctioned as it alerted the European Commission about the cartel, the people said. The EU competition enforcer in June 2015 charged five companies of fixing the prices of scrap lead-acid batteries in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands over a three-year period to 2012, resulting in lowered prices paid to scrap dealers.
EU antitrust regulators are set to fine world No. 1 lead recycler Ecobat Technologies , Belgian peer Campine and France's Recylex next month for taking part in a cartel, two people familiar with the matter ...
Tesla and solar power analyst say the new U.S. government could create a policy landscape hostile to alternative energy, electric cars and others.