Johnson Controls ’ second-quarter fiscal 2015 results missed consensus by a penny ..... revenue increased excluding the impact of the strong dollar. In Johnson Controls ' case, revenue increased 4% on a constant currency basis. We are
April 23 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts supplier, reported a 3 percent fall in quarterly revenue, hurt by a stronger dollar.
April 23 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts supplier, reported a 103 percent rise in quarterly profit as margins rose.
Aikman. The last large deal was in May 2014, when Johnson Controls announced plans to spin off its interior business ..... start operations in July and will be 30% owned by Johnson Controls . After adjusting 2015 estimated revenue for Magna
Johnson Controls announced March 31 that it ..... revenue we now model since JCI will be the preferred HVAC ..... 1.2 billion from GWS). JCI 's guidance is for incremental ..... problems with the deal closing. JCI and CBRE will also jointly
CBRE Group's purchase of the Global WorkPlace Solutions business of Johnson Controls reflects a number of important industry themes and looks to be highly value accretive. We expect to increase our fair value estimate
and moat rating in place after Johnson Controls reported first-quarter results ..... agreement with Hitachi for a 60% Johnson Controls -owned building HVAC joint ..... fourth-quarter 2015, and Johnson Controls will invest $525 million at
After updating our valuation model for Johnson Controls ' Dec. 2 analyst day guidance as well as its recent 10-K ..... vehicle programs in fiscal 2015. An overall theme we see with JCI is more efficient manufacturing and working capital unfolding
unchanged, with the exception of TRW Automotive due to the acquisition by ZF Friedrichshafen and a small decrease to Johnson Controls for more cash outflow for acquisitions. Even so, several auto-parts stocks remain in the 2-star range. In
Johnson Controls reported a strong quarter to finish fiscal 2014, with adjusted EPS ..... to announce a dividend increase after its November board meeting. Johnson Controls has paid a dividend every year since 1887, and we like that the company