Adient begins life as world's No. 1 seat makerMon, 31, Oct 2016
Today, Oct. 31, the largest automotive supplier nobody ever heard of is to start business. That would be the $17 billion Adient, which is to launch on the New York Stock Exchange as a newly independent company and the world's No. 1 automotive seat maker.
Shareholders approve Johnson Controls-Tyco mergerWed, 17, Aug 2016
Molinaroli will lead JCI-Tyco for 18 months; successor namedFri, 27, May 2016
Johnson Controls Inc. CEO Alex Molinaroli, who has steered his company away from the automotive seating and interiors businesses during his two-and-a-half-year tenure, will serve as CEO for the combined JCI-Tyco International for 18 months.
Johnson Controls' CEO brings his own scandal to TycoTue, 26, Jan 2016
Hillary Clinton calls Johnson Controls-Tyco inversion 'outrageous'Tue, 26, Jan 2016
JCI merges with Tyco in tax-lowering maneuverMon, 25, Jan 2016
Johnson Controls, already exiting the auto-industry’s supply chain after decades as a key player, is now seeking to shed its U.S. corporate citizenship in a multibillion-dollar tie-up with Tyco International.
Johnson Controls negotiating a merger with Tyco, report saysSun, 24, Jan 2016
CEO revelations increase burden on JCI's boardMon, 09, Nov 2015
JCI CEO's personal battles contrast with ethics-champion roleTue, 03, Nov 2015
Since he ascended to the top job at Johnson Controls two years ago, CEO Alex Molinaroli has championed a strong ethics policy for the supplier's 130,000 employees around the world. Now Molinaroli is facing questions about his own judgment, at least in his private life.
JCI boss says he's a victim; records show no injurySun, 01, Nov 2015
Johnson Controls CEO Alex Molinaroli has drawn scrutiny after paying legal bills and providing substantial financial support to a man who was convicted of running a $50 million Ponzi scheme. Molinaroli says he was a victim; federal court records don't portray the auto parts chief as an injured party.
Johnson Controls’ board voices 'full support' for CEO MolinaroliMon, 26, Oct 2015
The board of Johnson Controls has expressed support for CEO Alex Molinaroli following news reports and legal proceedings that detailed extensive financial ties between Molinaroli and a convicted Ponzi schemer.
JCI defends its CEO over link to scam artistFri, 23, Oct 2015
Johnson Controls defended CEO Alex Molinaroli following reports of his ties to a convicted swindler, saying the executive was a victim of the scam, not an accomplice. In an Oct. 22 report, a Milwaukee newspaper detailed the relationship between Molinaroli and Joseph Zada, who was convicted on Sept. 3 in a Florida federal court on 15 counts of mail fraud in connection with an alleged Ponzi scheme.