CHICAGO, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls Inc. , the fourth-largest U.S. auto parts maker, on Wednesday said its board approved a two-for-one split of the company's shares and a 25-percent increase in the dividend. The quarterly dividend was raised to 45 cents from 36 cents, bringing the annual payout to 90 cents on a post-split basis. The increase marks the 29th consecutive year in which Johnson Controls has boosted its dividend, which it has paid since 1887. The dividend increase ...
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