Deere & Co., the world’s largest agricultural-equipment maker, sold $1 billion of bonds through its finance unit with an offering of fixed- and floating-rate securities.
Industrial production in the U.S. unexpectedly shrank in January as factories took a breather after the biggest back-to-back gain in three decades.
Manufacturing in the New York region unexpectedly rebounded in February, a sign factories will help sustain the U.S. economic expansion after a brief slowdown at the start of the year.
On a scorching afternoon in the savanna of eastern Brazil, Wilson Horita is 8 feet above the ground, bouncing on the driver’s seat of the new green-and- yellow tractor parked on his family’s farm.
Deere & Co. cut its full-year profit forecast as sales slow in Asia and Latin America, undermining the growth strategy at the world’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment.
Deere & Co. Chief Executive Officer Samuel Allen said Washington’s partisan debate over debt could send a “near-term shock” through a U.S. economy still struggling to recover.
Harold G. Hamm is lost.
July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg News reporter Shruti Singh discusses Deere & Co.'s plans for global success. She speaks with Carol Massar on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)
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"They do not want to lose a customer like us."
- John Deere on Jul 05, 2012