Despite continued strong corporate profits, WSJ detects an ominous impulse stirring:...


Despite continued strong corporate profits, WSJ detects an ominous impulse stirring: restructuring. Seeing a rockier economic road ahead, at least three major manufacturers - Danaher (DHR), Honeywell (HON) and United Technologies (UTX) - say they are setting aside money to fund moves to cut costs and streamline operations, which could include job cuts and factory closures.

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