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As shares of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) have plunged, the calls for a breakup have grown louder. Bulls see the true value of GE stock as clouded by issues at GE Capital and weakness in divisions such as Lighting and Transportation. With two still-growing businesses — Aviation and Healthcare — plus a 62.5% stake in Baker Hughes a GE Co (NYSE:BHGE), optimists argue there has to be some value in General Electric stock, particularly after a 50%-plus decline from 2016 highs.
The report, now available on ASDReports, recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global aircraft full authority digital electronic control (FADEC) market: FADEC International, GE Aviation, Honeywell International, Rockwell Collins, and UNITED TECHNOLOGIES.
This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to John Paulson's 13F stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Paulson's regulatory 13F Form filed on 05/15/2018. Please visit our Tracking John Paulson's Paulson & Co. Portfolio series to get an idea of his investment philosophy and our previous update for the fund's moves during Q4 2017.
Here we go again. Activist investor Bill Ackman is calling for another company breakup as a means of “unlocking value.” The target this time? Government contractor United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX). Owners of UTX stock have a right to be worried, not so much because Ackman is wrong (he may well be right), but because the activist investor and hedge fund manager can cause more than a little chaos when he gets involved.
Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) and Rockwell Collins have signed an agreement to collaborate on upgrading the Republic of Korea Armed Forces’ Boeing CH-47D Chinook heavy-lift helicopters.
Billionaire hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman on Thursday called for a breakup of United Technologies Corp. saying the individual businesses are more likely to trade at fair value as independent companies.
Soros' 13F portfolio value increased from $4.37B to $6.16B this quarter. The number of positions increased from 196 to 219.
The report, now available on ASDReports, recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global aircraft flight control systems market: Honeywell International, UNITED TECHNOLOGIES, MOOG, Rockwell Collins, BAE Systems, and Safran.
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Jim Rankin has been named CEO of West Star Aviation. Robert Rasberry, the former CEO, has been named Chairman of the Board. Rodger Renaud will remain President and Chief Operating Officer. Most recently, Rankin served as president and CEO of Columbia Helicopters in Oregon. John Spellmeyer has joined Duncan Aviation as Regional Avionics Sales Manager. Spellmeyer comes to Duncan from Rockwell Collins.
ACI Jet in California has installed its first FANS 1/A compliance package on a Challenger 604 as an authorized dealer for Rockwell Collins.
l“Beauty is only skin deep” goes the phrase. And while the manufacturers of crossover narrowbody jets will claim that their aircraft lives up to Geoffrey de Havilland’s maxim of “If it looks right, it is right,” they know that what is under the skin makes a huge difference to performance.
With more than 409 S&P 500 companies having released their quarterly results, the Q1 earnings season is set to enter its last leg. As of May 4, of these 409 index members which revealed their earnings numbers, 78% delivered an earnings beat, while 75.6% surpassed revenue estimates.
Boeing and Airbus will lose contracts worth roughly $39 billion to replenish Iran's ageing fleet of commercial planes as part of the Trump administration's reimposition of sanctions.
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2018-05-21 - Asif
Overview Anthera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on advancing the development and commercialization of innovative medicines that benefit patients with unmet medical needs. The company currently have two compounds in development, Sollpura and blisibimod. The company licensed Sollpura from Eli Lilly & Co (“Eli Lilly”) in July 2014. Sollpura is a novel non-porcine investigational Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement Therapy (“PERT”) intended for the treatment of patients with Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (“EPI”), often seen in patients with cystic fibrosis and other conditions. The company licensed blisibimod from Amgen, Inc. (“Amgen”) in December 2007. Blisibimod targets B-cell activating factor, or BAFF, which has been shown to be elevated in a variety of B-cell mediated autoimmune diseases, including Immunoglobulin A nephropathy, or IgA nephropathy. Sollpura The exocrine pancreas is responsible for synthesis and secretion of digestive en...
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Business Agenus is a clinical-stage immuno-oncology (“I-O”) company dedicated to becoming a leader in the discovery and development of innovative combination therapies and committed to bringing effective medicines to patients with cancer. The company's business is designed to drive success in I-O through speed, innovation, and effective combination therapies. Agenus has assembled fully integrated capabilities from novel target discovery, antibody generation, cell line development, and good manufacturing practice (“GMP”) manufacturing together with a comprehensive portfolio consisting of antibody-based therapeutics, adjuvants and cancer vaccine platforms. The company leverage its immune biology platforms to identify effective combination therapies for development and have developed productive partnerships to advance its innovation. The company believe the next generation of cancer treatment will build on clinically validated antibodies targeting CTLA-4 and PD-1 combined wi...
2018-05-21 - Asif
Business The company started Square in February 2009 to enable businesses (sellers) to accept card payments, an important capability that was previously inaccessible to many businesses. However, sellers also need innovative solutions to thrive, and Square has since expanded to provide additional products and services to give these businesses access to the same tools as large businesses. This approach aligns with its purpose of economic empowerment, as everything the company do should give sellers accessible, affordable tools to grow their businesses and participate in the economy. Square is a cohesive commerce ecosystem that helps its sellers start, run, and grow their businesses. The company combine sophisticated software with affordable hardware to enable sellers to turn mobile and computing devices into powerful payment and point-of-sale solutions. Square has high seller acceptance rates and fast onboarding, while maintaining low risk and fraud losses as a result of its a...
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