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  00-3243 -- Foster v. Alliedsignal Inc. -- 06/18/2002
AlliedSignal moved for summary judgment, which the district court granted upon concluding that Foster "failed to present clear and convincing evidence that she was not in violation of defendant's attendance policies" (3 Appellant's App.
AlliedSignal's attendance policy provides for the discharge of an employee when the employee is absent for three consecutive days and has not called, or when the employee is absent for eight or more days within the last 180 days of employment.
AlliedSignal does not dispute that Foster suffered a work-related injury for which she might file a claim, that it had knowledge of the injury, or that it terminated Foster's employment.
www.kscourts.org /ca10/cases/2002/06/00-3243.htm   (2854 words)

  
 Conference Call, 05/12/97 AlliedSignal Q1
AlliedSignal was in the 78% category a couple of years ago and are at 90% now going to 95%.
AlliedSignal expects to get 60% of this business, or about $1.2 billion and, as a consequence, double their sales in the year 2001 to $500 million.
AlliedSignal has integrated a hazard avoidance system and this is going to be an area in which they will have a lot of success in the years ahead.
www.fool.com /Calls/1997/Calls970512a.htm   (5071 words)

  
 AlliedSignal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AlliedSignal was created through a 1985 merger of Allied Chemical and Dye Corportation and Signal Oil, the company renamed to AlliedSignal on September 19, 1985.
AlliedSignal was a member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average for all of its existence.
AlliedSignal was originally Allied-Signal from 1985 to 1993.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/AlliedSignal   (304 words)

  
 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
AlliedSignal contends principally that § 1132(a)(1)(B) does not authorize an award of damages in excess of the amount of benefits to which a plan participant is entitled under the benefit plan ("extracontractual damages"), and that, in any event, the district court erred in finding that AlliedSignal failed to comply with ERISA.
AlliedSignal has cross-appealed, contending (1) that as a matter of law a plan beneficiary cannot recover extracontractual damages under 29 U.S.C. § 1132(a)(1)(B), and (2) that the district court erred in concluding that AlliedSignal violated ERISA's disclosure provisions.
AlliedSignal's argument that the court ruled "that AlliedSignal was required to actually place a copy of the SPD in Mr.
caselaw.lp.findlaw.com /scripts/getcase.pl?court=2nd&navby=case&no=027408   (4733 words)

  
 Sixth Circuit Court Cases - Case Law and Opinions from the 6th Circuit Federal Court - Court of Appeals - unoffical ...
AlliedSignal then filed its answer, denying the substantive allegations of Jinks's and Green's complaint and asserting a counterclaim against Jinks for conversion and unjust enrichment, based upon Jinks's refusal to return severance pay that he had mistakenly received.
His affidavit alleged that an AlliedSignal manager, Tom Samulaski, informed Kirschmann at his exit interview that age was a factor used in the company's RIF decision-making process.
Their answer had misstated the page in Green's deposition referencing a remark by AlliedSignal Human Resources Manager Noe Gayton that he thought of her as an "old woman." Jinks and Green overlook the fact, however, that the district court's order specifically considered this evidence, even though it could not be located in the record.
www.romingerlegal.com /sixthcircuit/opinions/01a0159p-06.htm   (2690 words)

  
 Fairfield County Weekly: No Defense   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Appalled by the AlliedSignal case and other examples of corporate irresponsibility, Backer is one of the sponsors of the corporate accountability bills before the General Assembly.
AlliedSignal officials believed the line of commercial and military engines manufactured in Stratford -- including the AGT1500 engine for the M1A1 tank and several engines for fast ferries, helicopters and medium-size commuter airplanes -- would significantly broaden the engine division's product base.
AlliedSignal, the union said, was just using the BRAC decision as an excuse to terminate the Competitiveness Agreement and leave Stratford.
old.fairfieldweekly.com /articles/allied.html   (1748 words)

  
 UFE - Press Room: Shareholders Press AlliedSignal on Wage Gap, Executive Raises After 11,000 Layoffs
An AlliedSignal shareholder resolution is challenging the company's Board of Directors to set a maximum ratio between the pay of the CEO and that of the lowest-paid worker in the company.
AlliedSignal shareholders will vote Monday April 26 in Morris Township, New Jersey, on the shareholder resolution, which is part of a national campaign addressing the wage gap that was profiled in the April 8 Wall Street Journal.
AlliedSignal CEO Lawrence A. Bossidy earned $14.1 million in 1998: $2 million in salary, $4 million in bonuses, and $8.1 million in realized stock options.
www.faireconomy.org /press/archive/1999/as_pr.html   (1259 words)

  
 Shadow of a Doubt - CFO.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In September 1997, two AlliedSignal internal auditors investigated the allegations in Boe's two memos and concluded that most were baseless.
For the rest of 1996 and into 1997, while AlliedSignal CEO Larry Bossidy was promising Wall Street double-digit earnings growth each quarter, the avionics division was struggling to hit its profit targets, Boe recalls.
Short of calling Boe crazy, AlliedSignal can be expected at trial to chip away at his credibility by asking why he didn't do more to raise concerns while at the company, and by portraying him as a malcontent who was also hypersensitive to ethical concerns at Motorola.
www.cfo.com /printable/article.cfm/2986966?f=options   (3971 words)

  
 AlliedSignal move causes major ripples in aerospace supply chain - 7/15/1999 - Purchasing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
AlliedSignal's planned acquisition of Honeywell is sending ripples throughout the aerospace supply chain.
AlliedSignal is a $15-billion advanced technology and manufacturing company serving customers worldwide with aerospace and automotive products, specialty chemicals, performance fibers, plastics and advanced materials.
AlliedSignal was one of the prime contractors for the E-2C Hawkeye, an airborne early warning system that Northrop Grumman built for the U.S. Navy.
www.purchasing.com /article/CA147023.html   (1501 words)

  
 Performance of Second 50 Completed ATP Projects — Status Report Number 3
AlliedSignal's broad objective was to develop a manufacturing process for producing 75-um ductile metallic-glass ribbon required for high-power (greater than 100 kilowatts [kW]) stacked-core transformers.
AlliedSignal expects its market share in the transformer arena to increase as more transformers become obsolete and are subsequently replaced.
AlliedSignal's management team was initially hesitant to invest fully in the technology because of the high possibility of failure and because of previous failed attempts by other scientists and corporations to create thick metallic-glass ribbons.
www.atp.nist.gov /eao/sp950-3/honeywell.htm   (1657 words)

  
 Competitive Impact Statement : U.S. v. AlliedSignal, Inc. and Honeywell, Inc.
AlliedSignal and Honeywell are two of only four significant companies that produce reaction and momentum wheels for use in U.S. military and commercial space projects.
The Complaint alleges that the effect of AlliedSignal's proposed merger with Honeywell would be to lessen competition substantially and to tend to create a monopoly in interstate trade and commerce in violation of Section 7 of the Clayton Act.
The AlliedSignal MSA and MAG Technology Business owns, among other assets, patents which are exclusively licensed to Endevco Corporation and permit Endevco to manufacture micromachined silicon accelerometers sold to the public.
www.usdoj.gov /atr/cases/f3900/3923.htm   (4010 words)

  
 TheStreet.com: AlliedSignal-Honeywell Merger Clears Final Hurdle
But Varoli surmised that both companies were working concurrently with the Justice Department and preferred to agree to concessions with the Justice Department first, as the companies are both based in the U.S. and most of the overlaps affected the U.S. market.
AlliedSignal and Honeywell raised the cost-savings estimate from the merger to $750 million from $500 million in 2002, with cost savings the first year expected to be $250 million.
The Honeywell headquarters are in the process of being closed and Bonsignore is relocating to AlliedSignal's office in New Jersey.
www.thestreet.com /brknews/manufacturing/830600.html   (815 words)

  
 Amana Appliances, Case No. VEE-0054
In its Supplemental Comments, AlliedSignal states that “[w]hile the industry-wide effort was unfortunately unsuccessful, AlliedSignal came away from the process confident in the fact that there was sufficient interest among certain appliance manufacturers to turn to individual negotiations.” AlliedSignal Supplemental Comments at 7.
AlliedSignal further submits that the firm is prepared to support customers with semi-commercial amounts of HFC-245fa before the middle of 2002, recognizing that some manufacturers will likely want quantities of the product for testing and conversion planning with an eye toward the HCFC-141b phaseout.
AlliedSignal in turn has responded that its “proposed terms are neither onerous, unprecedented, or commercially unreasonable” and that “AlliedSignal continues to hope to structure an HFC-245fa contractual agreement with Amana.” AlliedSignal Supplemental Comments at 8, 9.
www.oha.doe.gov /cases/ee/vee0054.htm   (4523 words)

  
 AlliedSignal AGT 1500 - Archived 3/1997
AlliedSignal is required to provide full engineering support to Army Depot personnel to jointly develop improved procedures and quality control standards, as well as to design technologically improved parts.
AlliedSignal is not pursuing further vehicular turbine engine development since the LV100 engine was not selected for the next generation of US armored vehicles.
AlliedSignal is moving all of its Stratford operations to Phoenix, and most of the people who worked on the AGT 1500 program have left the company.
www.forecastinternational.com /archive/gt/eh0095.htm   (3746 words)

  
 AlliedSignal Press Release: Americans Drive Hard and Overlook Maintenance
Frequent starts, stop-and-go urban traffic and many trips per day define what experts term "severe driving conditions." A whopping 63% of those surveyed also reported that their average daily trips are under 20 miles; 29% reported that their average daily trips are less than 10 miles per day.
AlliedSignal Automotive Aftermarket is a leader in the North American replacement parts market.
AlliedSignal is an advanced manufacturing company serving customers worldwide with aerospace and automotive products, chemicals, fibers, plastics and advanced materials.
www.theautochannel.com /news/date/19960823/news01589.html   (656 words)

  
 AlliedSignal Announces Award for French Turbocharger Developers
AlliedSignal Honors Automotive Team in France for Developing Innovative Turbocharger SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Nov. 14 -- A team of employees from an AlliedSignal Automotive plant in Thaon-les-Vosges, France, has been awarded AlliedSignal's first Premier Achievement Award for innovation, for developing a technologically advanced turbocharger -- the Garrett VNT 15.
In winning the Premier Achievement Award for integrity of action, Smith was cited for her professionalism and commitment as leader of the Stratford plant's employee advisory committee, which meets weekly to continuously improve management/employee relations.
AlliedSignal Automotive, based in Southfield, Michigan (U.S.A.), is a global supplier of components and systems to car and truck makers and the aftermarket, and is the world's largest manufacturer of turbochargers for diesel- and gasoline-driven engines.
www.theautochannel.com /news/date/19961118/news02517.html   (573 words)

  
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It is the world wide policy of AlliedSignal to design, manufacture and distribute its products and to handle and dispose of materials throughout their life cycle in a manner that protects the environment and safeguards employees, customers and the public from unacceptable risk.
The AlliedSignal Emlenton Plant is committed to assuring that accidental release prevention is integrated into the design and operation of processes affected by the RMP rule.
At the AlliedSignal Emlenton Plant the one chemical which is currently subject to the RMP rule is ammonia.
www.rtk.net /rmp/sum7/PA/fac100000039148   (2896 words)

  
 ALLIED SIGNAL/MTU(Merger) - COMP/M.162 [1999] ECComm 84 (20 September 1999)
AlliedSignal is a US based company with worldwide activities essentially grouped around three main sectors: aerospace products, automotive products and engineered materials.
Given the absence of any horizontal overlap between AlliedSignal and MTU in respect of small gas turbines in the range of 0.5 to 15 MW, it is not necessary to decide whether or not aeroderivative gas turbines and non-aeroderivative gas turbines belong to the same product market.
Given the fact that there is no horizontal overlap between AlliedSignal and MTU in respect of small gas turbines for marine and industrial applications in the range of 0.5 to 15 MW, it is not necessary to decide whether or not small gas turbines for industrial and for marine applications have to be further segmented.
www.worldlii.org /eu/cases/ECComm/1999/84.html   (2029 words)

  
 AlliedSignal Introduces New Fiber To Boost Seatbelt Safety
The new fiber is AlliedSignal's response to the industry's decade-long search for seatbelts that work more safety with decelerating airbags in a vehicle crash, according to Fred Festa, Vice President and General Manager of the company's Performance Fibers business.
AlliedSignal Inc. is an advanced technology and manufacturing company serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services, automotive products, chemicals, fibers and advanced materials.
AlliedSignal was named the best diversified company by Forbes Global magazine,, the most admired aerospace company by Fortune magazine, both globally and in the U.S.; and one of the 100 best companies to work for by Fortune.
www.fibersource.com /F-Info/More_News/AlliedSignal.htm   (492 words)

  
 AlliedSignal isn't timidabout expanding card use - 4/23/1998 - Purchasing
As AlliedSignal moves from a purchasing to a materials management environment," she explains, "we need to challenge the status quo to achieve premier results.
The standard policy at AlliedSignal for putting purchases on the card is that a single transaction be valued at less than $2,000.
For subcontract labor, AlliedSignal's Labadie currently is piloting a program at its aerospace facility in Phoenix, Ariz. He says that after six months, the program is working well and will be fully implemented later this year.
www.purchasing.com /article/CA113906.html   (1582 words)

  
 June 14, 1997: ALLIEDSIGNAL TO SUPPLY VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR KISTLER K-1, FIRST UNMANNED, REUSABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE
AlliedSignal will be developing redundancy management and mission management software and coding all the VMS's flight control software, for vehicle guidance, navigation and control.
It is a unit of AlliedSignal Aerospace, the largest supplier of equipment and systems for commercial transport, regional, business, general aviation and military aircraft.
The parent company, AlliedSignal Inc., is an advanced technology and manufacturing company serving customers worldwide with aerospace and automotive products, chemicals, fibers, plastics and advanced materials.
www.kistleraerospace.com /newsinfo/pressreleases/061497.html   (376 words)

  
 MicroStrategy - MicroStrategy’s Decision Support Technology Helps AlliedSignal Increase Efficiency and Customer ...
AlliedSignal, an advanced technology and manufacturing company with 1997 sales of $14.5 billion, is one of the 30 companies comprising the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and is ranked among the top 100 companies in the Fortune 500.
AlliedSignal is already reaping benefits at the corporate level as well, driving the strategic planning process by sharing data across functional areas and business units.
AlliedSignal is an advanced technology and manufacturing company serving customers worldwide with aerospace and automotive products, chemicals, fibers, plastics and advanced materials.
www.microstrategy.com /news/pr_system/press_release.asp?ctry=167&id=224   (1182 words)

  
 AeroWorldNet(tm) - AlliedSignal Develops New EGPWS, Display for General Aviation Market [May 17, 1999]
AlliedSignal Aerospace will produce a new Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) about the size of a paperback novel.
AlliedSignal Aerospace Avionics & Lighting president Frank Daly says his plan is to put the EGPWS system within reach of nearly everyone who flies.
AlliedSignal says it's developing another product for the general aviation market - a new multifunction display (MFD) called the Bendix/King KMD 150.
www.aeroworldnet.com /3tw05179.htm   (461 words)

  
 00-2056 -- Gomez v. Alliedsignal Inc. -- 08/30/2000
Gomez formerly worked for defendant AlliedSignal, Inc. After he was denied a promotion, he filed suit alleging discrimination based on age, gender, and national origin, district court No. 96-123.
However, we remanded for the district court to determine whether the handwritten settlement and release (which was not in the prior record on appeal) satisfied the requirements of the Older Workers Benefits Protection Act (OWBPA), 29 U.S.C. § 626, which was necessary for it to constitute a valid waiver of plaintiff's ADEA claim.
As a final matter, AlliedSignal has moved to correct the district court judgment in both cases, as the district court erroneously referred to the "American with Disabilities Act" instead of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
www.kscourts.org /CA10/cases/2000/08/00-2056.htm   (616 words)

  
 Application Development Trends - PIPS follows AlliedSignal components
With a customer base that includes operators of some of the world's largest airlines and OEMs, AlliedSignal needed to develop a single system that would track and report on the reliability of all aircraft components.
AlliedSignal Aerospace determined such a system would significantly reduce reporting time, cut costs and result in increased data accuracy.
Because most CORBA tools were still in beta at the beginning of this project, AlliedSignal found available training to be pretty much nil.
www.adtmag.com /article.aspx?id=4209   (552 words)

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