Apple is repatriating hundreds of billions of dollars, Lockheed Martin is earmarking cash for its pensioners, AT&T handed out thousand-dollar bonuses for employees, and more.
Asia Pacific is likely to have 3.5 billion passengers by 2036, and Boeing estimates the area will need 16,050 new aircraft valued at $2.5 trillion.
Manufacturers should work with vendors that are implementing blockchain into their processes to shorten lead times, save money and build more transparent supply chains.
Apple missed analysts’ expectations for the fourth quarter of 2017, selling 77.3 million iPhones, down 1% from a year earlier and below analysts’ projections of 80.2 million units, with revenue around $60 billion.
A survey of analysts estimates that Apple shipped 80 million iPhones in the holiday quarter of 2017, with an average iPhone selling price of $767, up from $695 a year earlier.
GE’s turbulent past 12 months has steeply eroded its market value, making it the worst performer on the Dow in that time.
The new company will accelerate revenue growth through its global reach and pursue developments in inkjet, imaging and artificial intelligence.
Harley is consolidating its U.S. manufacturing presence as its bike sales fall on every continent.