- Editor's PickKathy Cherpelis•2 days ago
“Clearly, it’s been fairly well documented on the consumer slowdown across most consumer segments… We’re not immune from what’s happening in the outside world… I think, generally, there’s just a broader level of uncertainty in consumers’ minds… People are slightly mindful of an unsettled world. “We face some challenges in Greater China, as the economic environment has slowed down since the beginning of the year.
- American City Business Journals•2 days ago
Peoria, Ill.-based Caterpillar Inc. is seeking a lower jobs requirement in Forsyth County in order to avoid a possible "clawback" of economic incentives for an expansion announced in 2010 to create about 500 jobs. The company (CAT) is proposing that it be required to keep 50 positions locally, rather than 196, the Winston-Salem Journal reports . According to the newspaper: In exchange for the leniency in job requirements, five years would be added to the life of the deal extending the county’s window to recoup at least some of its investment from 10 years to 15 years and extending the company’s eligibility for incentive payments by five years, as well.
After hours: 82.76-0.00 (-0.00%) as of 4:34 PM EDT
|Bid||82.78 x 300|
|Ask||82.93 x 100|
|52wk Range||56.36 - 84.29|
|Day's Range||82.13 - 83.14|
|Avg Vol (3m)||5,112,093|
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