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Corning Inc GLW

Market Closed
18 Jun, 20:00
NYSE NYSE
$
40. 21
+1.46
+3.77%
Pre Market
$
40. 40
+0.19 +0.47%
28.76B Market Cap
44.79 P/E Ratio
1.12% Div Yield
15,808,400 Volume
1.7 Eps
$ 38.75
Previous Close
Day Range
38.69 40.25
Year Range
25.26 40.25

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Corning Inc Profile

Electronic Components Industry
Technology Sector
Mr. Wendell P. Weeks CEO
NYSE Exchange
US2193501051 ISIN
US Country
49,800 Employees
28 Mar 2024 Last Dividend
4 Oct 2000 Last Split
31 Dec 1981 IPO Date

Overview

Corning Incorporated is a global leader in materials science, specializing in the creation of high-tech glass, ceramics, and optical physics. This pioneering company, with a history stretching back to 1851, has firmly established its presence both in the United States and internationally through its innovative approach across five main business segments: Display Technologies, Optical Communications, Specialty Materials, Environmental Technologies, and Life Sciences. Originally known as Corning Glass Works until a rebranding in April 1989, Corning Incorporated has grown from its modest beginnings to become an integral player in numerous industries, continuously pushing the boundaries of technology with its headquarters in Corning, New York.

Products and Services

Corning's comprehensive array of products and services is spread across several high-tech sectors:

  • Display Technologies: This segment produces glass substrates essential for flat panel displays, including those used in liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). These cutting-edge materials are found in a wide array of consumer electronics, from televisions and computer monitors to tablets and smartphones.
  • Optical Communications: Corning is at the forefront of optical technology, offering an extensive range of optical fibers and cables, along with necessary hardware and equipment like cable assemblies, fiber optic hardware, connectors, optical components, and numerous accessories. These products cater to the needs of the telecommunications industry, serving businesses, governments, and individual consumers alike.
  • Specialty Materials: Within this segment, Corning develops materials for a variety of applications, including glass, glass ceramics, and crystals. These materials are utilized in products ranging from semiconductor equipment optics, precision metrology instruments, tinted sunglasses, radiation shielding products, and more. Key markets for these specialized materials include mobile consumer electronics, aerospace and defense optics, and telecommunications components.
  • Environmental Technologies: Corning's commitment to sustainability is evidenced by its offering of ceramic substrates and filter products aimed at emissions control for mobile and stationary sources. These technologies are critical in reducing pollutants in gasoline and diesel applications, contributing significantly to environmental protection endeavors.
  • Life Sciences: A testament to Corning's innovation in healthcare, this segment provides a slew of laboratory products essential for scientific research. The portfolio includes consumables like plastic vessels, specialty surfaces, cell culture media, and serum, along with general labware and glassware under well-respected brands such as Corning, Pyrex, Falcon, and Axygen. These products support critical research and development activities across the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

Contact Information

Address: One Riverfront Plaza, Corning, NY, United States, 14831
Phone: 607-974-9000