Honeywell International Inc
Honeywell International is a technology and manufacturing company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 1906, and long associated with thermostats, it also designed and manufactured cluster bombs; the electronic systems used to drop the atomic bombs on Japan in 1945; as well as the controls for B-52 bombers, nuclear submarines, the MX intercontinental ballistic missiles, Pershing II and Trident nuclear missile systems. After the company became a primary target of the anti-war movement in the 1960s, Honeywell helped the Federal Bureau of Investigation to spy on the activists. After the activists sued the company for interfering with their right to protest, Honeywell agreed to pay for cluster bomb removal in Laos.
Aerospace, building technologies, performance materials and technologies (PMT), and safety and productivity solutions.
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- Business and Human Rights Resource Centre's profile on Honeywell - UK-based Business and Human Rights Resource Centre is an NGO that employs researchers on five continents who work with activists, companies and governments alike to advance human rights in business by eradicating abuse.
Kevin Dragseth | TPT Originals | September 23, 2019
The United States' involvement in World War II had broad support from the American people. In the minds of nearly any American, it remains one of the most clearly justifiable wars in our history.
Jose Luis Gonzales | Reuters | April 6, 2020
A spate of suspected coronavirus deaths among workers for U.S. companies operating along the border in Mexico has triggered multiple protests in recent days, highlighting friction over which factories should remain open in the pandemic.
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Scott Fallen | North Jersey | November 10, 2020
Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration sued one of the nation's largest companies on Tuesday, seeking financial damages for a cornucopia of pollution that has seeped from an Edgewater Superfund site into the Hudson River and the surrounding area for decades.
Insurance Journal | December 27, 2019
A company has agreed to pay the state of Georgia $4 million for environmental cleanup of a former chemical plant.
Reuters | July 18, 2019
U.S. and Brazilian authorities are investigating whether Honeywell International Inc's HON.N use of third parties in Brazil violated the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Honeywell said in a regulatory filing on Thursday.
Manufacturing.net | March 29, 2013
The agreement between federal authorities and Honeywell Resins and Chemicals LLC was filed in U.S. District Court in Richmond. The consent decree is subject to court approval. Along with paying the fine, the company agreed to improve the plant's air pollution control equipment and processes.
Bloomberg Law | December 3, 2021
Honeywell International Inc. and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., the companies responsible for contaminating an upstate New York village’s drinking water supply with PFAS chemicals, must implement an alternative supply plan for the community, state officials said Friday.
David Mitchell | The Advocate | October 29, 2021
The Honeywell Geismar plant in Carville where a worker was killed earlier this month has had 11 accidental releases of toxic or flammable chemicals in the past three years, state regulatory records say.
EPA Document Lists Firms Tied to Superfund Sites: 100 companies — and federal agencies — are connected to 40 percent of the worst toxic waste dumps
Alex Knott & Richard Mullins | Public Integrity | April 26, 2007
About 100 companies and the federal government are connected to more than 40 percent of America's most dangerously contaminated toxic waste sites, according to an analysis of a controversial and confidential government document obtained by the Center for Public Integrity.
NBC News | October 12, 2006
Honeywell Inc. will spend $451 million to help clean up Onondaga Lake, once a sacred American Indian waterway turned into a toxic stew by a century of municipal and industrial pollution.
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WAFB 9 | October 21, 2021
A worker at the Honeywell Plant in Geismar, La. has died after reportedly being severely burned by chemicals in an accident at the plant earlier today
UAW | September 22, 2016
Local employees of a manufacturing company protested Wednesday in demand of a fair contract.
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- Honeywell International Subsidiaries (via U.S. SEC 2020)
- Honeywell International Subsidiaries (via Fintel 2019)
- Honeywell International Subsidiaries (via U.S. SEC)
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Jesse Pound | CNBC | December 16, 2019
Nearly 100 Fortune 500 companies effectively paid no federal taxes in 2018, according to a new report.
Stacy Jones | N.J. | March 30, 2019
Thirty companies, including Morris Township-based Honeywell International, made a tax advocacy group’s list of corporations it says that spend big bucks on lobbying and save millions in federal tax subsidies annually, according to a report released yesterday.
Kristen Mosbruck | The Advocate | July 15, 2021
Honeywell is considering investing nearly $100 million across two sites in Louisiana — one in Baton Rouge and the other in Shreveport.
Heidi Schwartz | Business Facilities | July 17, 2013
Gov. Bobby Jindal and Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies President and CEO Andreas Kramvis have announced that Honeywell will invest $208 million in new manufacturing projects at its four production sites in Louisiana.