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Insider Q&A: Honeywell CEO gears company for pandemic shifts


Honeywell no longer sells its iconic home thermostats, but it's still in the business of making control systems for buildings and aircraft.

That's put the 114-year-old conglomerate in a tough spot as workplaces have gone vacant and flights grounded in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Darius Adamczyk, who became CEO in 2017, spoke with The Associated Press about how the business is adjusting to the pandemic, diverting resources to build personal protective equipment and continuing a quest for a powerful quantum computer that works by trapping ions. The interview has been edited for leng...

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