Caterpillar Inc., a worldwide barometer for manufacturing, is warning of more pain to come for the global economy in 2020.January 31, 2020
Caterpillar Inc. shares rebounded as investors welcomed the move by the company to cut production, helping it navigate the global economic downturn.
Impressive results in Caterpillar Inc.’s mining business weren’t enough to assuage investor concerns about the outlook for its other businesses for the rest of the year.April 24, 2019
Caterpillar Inc. posted the biggest quarterly profit miss in a decade as a China slowdown hit demand for its signature yellow construction and mining equipment.January 28, 2019
The world on the cusp of a trade war has spooked investors, and few companies are feeling the fright more than Caterpillar Inc.June 20, 2018
Caterpillar Inc. raised its earnings forecast in a sign that industries from mining to energy are gaining momentum amid a stronger global economy — assuming no trade wars.April 24, 2018
If you want more evidence of a broadening expansion in the global economy, look no further than Caterpillar Inc.January 25, 2018
Another fleet of mining trucks will join the growing ranks of machines operating autonomously using Caterpillar Inc. systems in Australia next year, reflecting the company’s push to cement industry partnerships with proprietary technology.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. will pay tens of millions of dollars for intentionally cheating its customers with unnecessary repairs and dumping rail car parts into the ocean to cover up its actions.
Caterpillar Inc. Chief Financial Officer Brad Halverson will retire in early 2018.