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BorgWarner Inc (BWA.N)

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Thu, Apr 27 2017

BRIEF-Borgwarner reports Q1 GAAP EPS $0.89

* Company has reaffirmed its 2017 full year organic growth guidance

BRIEF-Borgwarner Inc announces $10 million investment in Autotech Ventures

* Borgwarner Inc - has taken another step in company's evolution through a $10 million investment in autotech ventures Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Borg Warner sees hybrid, electric car parts growth despite U.S. uncertainty

TOKYO U.S. auto parts supplier Borg Warner on Friday said it expects to see sales grow for its global hybrid and electric vehicle parts, even as a U.S. review of fuel economy standards threatens to slow emissions improvements in the world's No. 2 auto market.

Borg Warner sees hybrid, electric car parts growth despite U.S. uncertainty

TOKYO, March 31 U.S. auto parts supplier Borg Warner on Friday said it expects to see sales grow for its global hybrid and electric vehicle parts, even as a U.S. review of fuel economy standards threatens to slow emissions improvements in the world's No. 2 auto market.

BRIEF-Borgwarner CEO James Verrier's 2016 total compensation was $12.4 mln vs $17.4 mln in 2015

* Borgwarner inc - ceo james r. Verrier's 2016 total compensation was $12.4 million versus $17.4 million in 2015 - sec filing

BRIEF-Borgwarner files for potential mixed shelf offering, size not disclosed

* Files for potential mixed shelf offering; size not disclosed - sec filing Source text : http://bit.ly/2m2MFWX Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Kyungchang Industrial signs contract worth 68.52 bln won

* Says it signed a 68.52 billion won contract with BorgWarner to provide BorgWarner DCT transmission parts in China

BRIEF-Borgwarner projects 5 pct to 7 pct growth from net new business backlog over the next 3 years

* Borgwarner projects 5 pct to 7 pct growth from net new business backlog over the next three years

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