Rockwell Collins

-$0.59 (-0.4%)
Closing price November 26, 2018
The U.S. Air Force is proceeding with plans to renovate and replace parts of the nation's strategic bomber fleet. If Congress approves the president's proposed budget, the Air Force will get $2.3...
For Dow Jones Industrial Average gains to continue, United Technologies is going to have play at least a small part. Is Wall Street greatly underestimating this well-run conglomerate?
Two big mergers in the aerospace and defense sectors have already been announced and there is every reason to think the shopping spree is not over. Just ask Boeing's defense chief.
Northrop Grumman has agreed to pay $7.8 billion in cash and assume $1.4 billion in debt in a deal valued at $9.2 billion to acquire missile and space firm Orbital ATK.
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Neither Boeing nor Airbus is especially delighted on the announcement United Technologies' agreement to buy Rockwell Collins. The merged company could shift disrupt the airframe makers' grip on the...
The include BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Exxon Mobil, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IAMGOLD, Mallinckrodt and Rockwell Collins.
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The widely anticipated acquisition of Rockwell Collins by United Technologies was announced late Monday.
Tronc has bought the New York Daily News, United Technologies bought Rockwell Collins, Elon Musk predicted what could start Word War III, and other important headlines.
Additional large refineries are likely to be shut due to Harvey, United Technologies may buy Rockwell Collins, Warren Buffett converted warrants in Bank of America, and more important headlines.
Some mergers make less sense than others. This one of those potential mergers that looks great on paper.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls include American Airlines, Boeing, Cabot Oil & Gas, Pandora Media, Southern Co. and Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Monday include American Airlines, Celgene, Citigroup, Facebook, Hertz, Hilton and Ulta Beauty.
With the pledge to rebuild the military and global sales remaining strong, the defense and aerospace sector remains a solid space to stay weighted in.