- Motley Fool•3 years ago
The S&P 500 inches higher to another all-time record close as Measurement Specialties, McEwen Mining, and BlackBerry all rocketed higher on the day.
- Benzinga•3 years ago
Following the market opening Thursday, the Dow traded down 0.02 percent to 16,903.48 while the NASDAQ declined 0.07 percent to 4,359.82. The S&P rose, gaining 0.01 percent to 1,957.15. Leading and Lagging ...
- Reuters•3 years ago
* Forecasts sensor business revenue to grow by $600 mln a year (Adds background on the sensor business, analyst's comment) June 18 (Reuters) - Swiss electronics company TE Connectivity said it would buy U.S.-based sensor maker Measurement Specialties Inc for about $1.7 billion, including debt, to grab a bigger slice of the high-growth global sensor market. TE Connectivity was formerly known as Tyco Electronics, which split from Tyco International Ltd in 2007. The company said it expects the global sensor market will grow to $116 billion by 2019 from $80 billion this year.
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