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Deere To Acquire Unimil
Deere Sept Retail Sales For U.S. And Canada AG 4WD Tractors Were In Line With Industry
Deere & Co Files Prospectus Supplement Related To A Potential Senior Notes Offering Of $500 Million Of 2.875% Notes Due 2049
Deere & Company is engaged in equipment operations. The Company is engaged in providing financial services. The Company operates through three business segments: agriculture and turf, construction and forestry, and financial services. The agriculture and turf segment manufactures and distributes a line of agriculture and turf equipment and related service parts. The construction and forestry segment provides a line of construction equipment, and forestry machines and attachments available in the world. The construction and forestry segment is also engaged in providing fleet management telematics solutions. The financial services segment primarily finances sales and leases by the Company dealers of new and used agriculture and turf equipment and construction and forestry equipment. The financial services segment also provides wholesale financing to dealers of the foregoing equipment, finances retail revolving charge accounts and offers extended equipment warranties.
Constr. & Agric. Machinery
1 John Deere Pl
Samuel R. Allen
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
John C. May
President, Chief Operating Officer, Director
Ryan D. Campbell
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
James M. Field
President, Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division
Cory J. Reed
President - Worldwide Agriculture & Turf Division, Americas and Australia, Global Harvesting and Turf Platforms, and Ag Solutions
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Deere & Co <DE.N> on Tuesday announced indefinite layoffs for 163 U.S. manufacturing workers at plants in Illinois and Iowa that make agricultural, forestry and construction equipment, citing decreased customer demand.
Farm equipment maker Deere & Co <DE.N> on Thursday named Chief Operating Officer John May as chief executive officer, effective Nov. 4.
Deere & Co. <DE.N> on Friday announced a review of costs after a combination of the U.S.-China trade war and bad weather dented its quarterly profits, forcing the company to trim its full-year earnings forecast for a second time in the past three months.
Deere & Co.'s third-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates on lower farm equipment sales, prompting the company to revise down its full-year profit and sales growth forecasts.
When China announced this week that it had stopped buying U.S. agricultural products and might impose additional tariffs on farm shipments from America, Dave Schmidt braced for another blow to his business.
Deere & Co on Friday missed quarterly profit estimates for the fifth-straight quarter and cut its full-year outlook, as an escalating U.S.-China trade war threatens to further hit farm incomes and demand for the company's equipment.
Deere & Co on Friday reported a 6.1% fall in second-quarter profit, hit by higher production costs and lowered its full-year outlook for profit and sales.
Deere & Co's first-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by higher raw materials and logistics costs as well as by slowing trade between the United States and its partners, particularly China, sending its shares lower.
U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co.'s first-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by higher raw materials and logistics costs as well as by slowing trade between the United States and its partners, particularly China.
Deere & Co gave an underwhelming earnings forecast on Wednesday for fiscal 2019 after missing quarterly profit estimates amid a U.S. trade battle with China that has depressed U.S. farm commodity prices and hurt agriculture equipment demand.
U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co.'s fourth-quarter earnings missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by a slowdown in demand.
U.S. Deere & Co <DE.N> expects to see demand for its farm equipment in Africa grow 8 to 10 percent annually in the coming years, driven by expansion in key markets like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe, a local company executive said.
Deere & Co <DE.N> on Friday offered an optimistic forecast for the U.S. farm economy amid an escalating tariff war with China and other big trade partners as its quarterly profit missed estimates on higher raw material and freight costs.
U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co.'s profit rose about 42 percent year-over-year in the third quarter, helped by replacement demand for large agricultural equipment.
U.S. farm equipment maker Deere & Co <DE.N> on Friday sued Precision Planting LLC and AGCO Corp <AGCO.N>, accusing them of infringing on 12 of its patents.
U.S. farm equipment maker Deere & Co said on Friday it filed a lawsuit against Precision Planting LLC and AGCO Corp, claiming that the companies have infringed on 12 of its patents.
Shares of Deere & Co <DE.N> soared on Friday after the U.S. tractor maker revised up its full-year earnings estimate on stronger equipment demand and shared its plans to increase prices to offset increased costs.
U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co reported on Friday a 49.4 percent year-over-year increase in the second quarter profit.
* DEERE & CO SAYS MARCH 2018 RETAIL SALES FOR U.S. AND CANADA AG COMBINES WERE DOWN MORE THAN THE INDUSTRY
U.S. agricultural machinery maker Deere & Co <DE.N> said on Wednesday it would monitor Beijing's new tariff proposals to evaluate their impact on the company and its customers.
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