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December 3, 2012
10:53 EDTDE, TWITitan CEO says Deere will beat 2012 in 2013
In reference to 2013, Titan International (TWI) Chairman & CEO Maurice Taylor said, "Farm income will be equal to last year. Deere (DE) will beat 2012. Why? Deere’s Chairman is putting in his new team. The wind is at his back and he is a real competitor."
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October 12, 2015
15:38 EDTDEDeere reports September U.S./Canada utility tractor sales down more than 13%
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October 8, 2015
09:30 EDTDEDeere and DN2K form joint venture SageInsights to serve agriculture industry
Deere and DN2K have agreed to form SageInsights - a joint venture to initially serve the agriculture industry with further development of DN2K's existing cloud software platform, MyAgCentral, for agricultural retailers and others who provide consulting services to growers. The two companies will integrate DN2K's MyAgCentral with the John Deere Operations Center utilizing the available Deere API. This connection will make the data management tools of both platforms available to producers and their trusted advisers and enhance their capability to make business decisions with expanded knowledge of crucial information.
October 7, 2015
14:36 EDTTWISnow Capital lowers passive stake in Titan International to 1.8%
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09:38 EDTDESenate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee to hold a hearing
The Committee holds a hearing entitled, "Removing Barriers to Wireless Broadband Deployment" with Senior Vice President Reed of Deere & Co., and Vice President Morrison of Ericsson on October 7 at 10 am. Webcast Link
October 4, 2015
19:10 EDTDEDeere says UAW members ratify six-year labor agreement
Deere announced that it has been notified by the UAW that its members have ratified a new six-year master labor agreement with the company. Deere and the UAW had previously reached a tentative agreement October 1 that required a ratification vote by UAW members at John Deere facilities. Terms of the agreement will not be made public, the company noted. The master agreement covers manufacturing employees at various John Deere facilities in Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas.
October 1, 2015
05:37 EDTDEDeere announces tentative agreement with UAW
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