Honeywell International Inc. Chief Executive Officer Dave Cote made the biggest management changes of his 12-year tenure, picking two vice chairmen to speed acquisitions and raise the role of software across the company.
Honeywell International Inc. and DuPont Co. face a European Union complaint for violating antitrust rules over the only car coolant chemical that currently meets new EU standards on greenhouse-gas emissions.
Honeywell International Inc., the maker of products from thermostats to flight controls, agreed to buy a 40-acre campus in Morris Plains, New Jersey, to use as its new headquarters, scuttling plans to redevelop its current home.
A verdict finding Honeywell International Inc. didn’t infringe a Solvay SA patent covering a technology to replace ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants was upheld by a federal appeals court.
Honeywell International Inc., whose product line spans aviation controls to solvents, posted a fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates as sales of energy-related products and turbochargers increased.
Cockpit technology to cut the risk of on-ground airport collisions is moving toward commercial adoption as Honeywell International Inc. targets business jets like those favored by chief executive officers.
The skyline of the city of Herat, in the westernmost corner of Afghanistan, is dominated by the Qala Ikhtyaruddin, a 700-year-old stone citadel. On a chilly December afternoon, as the sun begins to dip, the citadel’s grounds are largely unoccupied. The general public isn’t allowed in until renovations to the time-ravaged site are finished. Paid for in part by a $725,000 grant from the U.S. government, the project is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2011.