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Honeywell Automation India Limited (HONAUT.NS)


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Previous Close9,998.00
Open10,100.00
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range9,875.05 - 10,100.00
52 Week Range7,577.90 - 10,500.00
Volume450
Avg. Volume711
Market Cap87.77B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)50.06
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 years ago

    The new US office politics: funding your boss's political causes

    It wasn't long ago that politics, like religious affiliation or sexual orientation, was a taboo topic in the American workplace. The Washington trade group, which has offices across the street from the White House, helps firms such as Wal-Mart, Halliburton and Lockheed Martin mobilize employees on policy issues important to the companies. BIPAC is working with top U.S. companies on a massive employee voter registration drive in September in preparation for the 2016 Presidential election. For years it was unions and trade associations that were the politically powerful workplace players, operating political action committees (PACs) that raised millions of dollars to support their preferred candidates.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    The new US office politics: funding your boss's political causes

    The Washington trade group, which has offices across the street from the White House, helps firms such as Wal-Mart, Halliburton and Lockheed Martin mobilize employees on policy issues important to the companies. For years it was unions and trade associations that were the politically powerful workplace players, operating political action committees (PACs) that raised millions of dollars to support their preferred candidates.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    The new US office politics: funding your boss's political causes

    The Washington trade group, which has offices across the street from the White House, helps firms such as Wal-Mart, Halliburton and Lockheed Martin mobilize employees on policy issues important to the companies. For years it was unions and trade associations that were the politically powerful workplace players, operating political action committees (PACs) that raised millions of dollars to support their preferred candidates.