Narrow-moat Illinois Tool Works delivered another impressive ..... repurchases resulted in ITW ’s raising its 2014 EPS ..... competitive advantages. Illinois Tool Works is approaching the end ..... past couple of years, ITW is set to achieve its
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Liquid Finishing assets that were purchased as part of the company’s acquisition of the Finishing Brands business from Illinois Tool Works in 2012. The $590M cash transaction with Carlisle (NYSE: CSL ) is anticipated to close no later than the first quarter
confirmed that the transaction will close no later than first-quarter 2015. What remains from the 2012 acquisition of Illinois Tool Works ’ finishing business is the powder finishing component under the Gema brand name, approximately one third of total
Illinois Tool Works (NYSE: ITW ) will report Q3 results on Oct. 21. The conference call is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. CT. Consensus view is EPS of $1.24 on revenues of $3.7B. Post your comment!
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Two and a half years after purchasing Illinois Tool Works ’ liquid and powder finishing businesses, wide-moat Graco finally received a final order from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
By Investing Tricks : Overview Illinois Tool Works (NYSE: ITW ) is a highly diversified company that manufactures and sells industrial products and equipment which includes industrial packaging
By Willow Street Investments : Illinois Tool Works (NYSE: ITW ) is a diversified company that ..... 2014 was a 15 percent increase. ITW is engaged in an ongoing restructuring ..... such restructuring according to ITW 's CEO during their latest earnings
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