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10 Robotics Stocks to Buy for 2022 and Beyond
The most popular stocks for a robotics-based portfolio are IRBT, ISRG, and NVDA.
Siemens Critical Infrastructure Defense Center latest investment in Canada’s cybersecurity network
FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, March 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Siemens Canada continues to expand its footprint in New Brunswick and increase its global cybersecurity offering with the official inauguration of the Critical Infrastructure Defense Center (CIDC). The center is the first facility of its kind in the Siemens realm dedicated to Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) focused on Operations Technology (OT). Siemens has been investing in its Canadian cyber initiatives since launching its
Global Industrial (GIC) Stock Jumps 6.2%: Will It Continue to Soar?
Global Industrial (GIC) was a big mover last session on higher-than-average trading volume. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions might not help the stock continue moving higher in the near term.
Siemens AG (SIEGY) Soars 7.1%: Is Further Upside Left in the Stock?
Siemens AG (SIEGY) was a big mover last session on higher-than-average trading volume. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions might not help the stock continue moving higher in the near term.
Siemens Foundation and Northern Trust Commit Additional $10M Investment in Community Development Financial Institutions in Their Continued Effort to Support Social Equity in Underserved Communities
WASHINGTON, March 16, 2022--The Siemens Foundation and Northern Trust today announced a commitment of $10 million to two Community Development Financial Institutions Funds (CDFI), PeopleFund and Disability Opportunity Fund (DOF), to support social equity and entrepreneurial success in underserved communities. This investment follows an initial $10M investment from the partners in January 2021 to two CDFIs in the affordable housing and community clinic sectors, totaling a $20 million investment i
GE Builds 350-Ton Turbines at Its Power Facilities. Here’s What We Found on a Tour.
General Electric led a tour of one of its South Carolina gas power facilities as part of its Investor Day on Thursday—and while the machines produced there, and the process to make them, are incredible, sometimes great technology isn’t enough. The story of GE’s (ticker: GE) gas power division shows why the company is redoubling its efforts in lean manufacturing. GE CEO Larry Culp, who joined the company in 2018, is a lean devotee and has taken its application at the U.S. industrial giant to the next level.
Siemens Launches $100 Million Capital Program to Jumpstart Sustainability Journey for Small and Medium Sized Businesses
NEW YORK, March 10, 2022--Siemens Launches $100 Million Capital Program to Jumpstart Sustainability Journey for Small and Medium Sized Businesses
Biden elevates Ford, GM, and now Siemens — but not Tesla — in big EV push
Siemens has positioned itself alongside companies like Ford and GM to be one of Joe Biden’s preferred corporate faces for its ambitious EV goals. Still largely on the outside — of the DC party at least — is Tesla.
Biden and Siemens tout company’s plan to add 300 jobs, invest $54 million in U.S. manufacturing, including EV charging
President Joe Biden and Siemens USA CEO Barbara Humpton on Friday talked up the company's plan to invest $54 million in domestic manufacturing facilities.
Siemens Expands US Manufacturing Footprint With $54M Investment
Siemens AG (OTC: SIEGY) plans to invest million in existing and new sites in Texas and California that develop electrical equipment for critical infrastructure systems, including EV charging, data centers, and industrial installations. The investment also encompasses a soon-to-be chosen manufacturing location for EV charging equipment, spurring domestic manufacturing of Level 2 charging. The company expects the expansion to bring ~300 new jobs, with more to come across its regional supply chains