Honeywell Confirms 2004 Earnings Per Share Guidance

Honeywell chairman and CEO Dave Cote, says, “Honeywell has performed well in 2004, with all four segments posting strong organic sales and orders growth. Our businesses are well positioned to build on these positive trends, as reflected in our forecast for double-digit earnings growth in 2005. The Novar acquisition would build on our already strong ACS enterprise, and expand our product offerings and distribution channels, particularly in the U.K. and Germany. Looking ahead, we will continue to grow organically and refine our portfolio, while staying focused on achieving global operational excellence.”

(December 15, 2004) Santa Clara, Calif. &#8212 Applied Materials announces that it has signed an agreement with AmberWave Systems Corp., based in Salem, N.H., to license AmberWave’s strained silicon intellectual property for Applied’s use on its Centura RP Epi system. Applied Materials has already sampled 300-mm strained silicon epi wafers to a chip maker for development work.

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