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ABB Ltd (ABB)
UPDATE 1-ABB begins construction of new robotics factory in Shanghai
ABB has started construction of a new robotics factory in Shanghai, China, the Swiss engineering company said on Thursday, shrugging off concerns about a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
Share market update: BSE Power index down; ABB India falls 3%
The S&P BSE Power index was trading 0.32 per cent down at 1867.56 around 11:33 am.
ABB's Largest Shareholder Pleased With New CEO Appointment
ABB's largest shareholder Investor AB is pleased with the appointment of Bjorn Rosengren as the new chief executive of the engineering group, the Swedish investment company said on Monday.
ABB Q2 Earnings Top Estimates & Revenues Miss, Orders Up Y/Y
ABB's revenues rise year over year in Q2 courtesy of the Electrification segment's robust performance.
ABB Cautions on China as Robotics Sales Flag
ABB Ltd on Thursday warned that slowing demand from automakers in China, its second-biggest market, was hitting its robotics business.
ABB Ltd (NYSE:ABB), Broadcom Ltd (NASDAQ:AVGO) - Will Earnings Season Prompt a Resurr-tech-tion?
Techpocalypse. Chip-wreck. Do these terms sound familiar? What about the best month of performance in tech stocks all year? It’s hard to imagine with …
ABB pays up to $470 million to ditch solar converter business
ABB will pay up to $470 million (£376 million) to hand over its loss-making solar inverter business to Italy's FIMER SpA, highlighting the tough conditions in the solar industry where prices have fallen as demand has boomed.
Share market update: BSE Power index up; ABB India jumps 3%
The S&P BSE Power index was trading 0.68 per cent up at 2024.09 around 11:32 am.
ABB pays $470 million to offload solar business
ABB will pay up to $470 million in charges and separation costs to hand over its solar inverter business to Italy's FIMER SpA, the Swiss engineering company said on Tuesday.
ABB quits solar inverter business, takes $430 million charge
ABB will take a $430 million charge after quitting the solar inverter business and giving the business to Italy's FIMER SpA, the Swiss engineering company said on Tuesday.