< PrevNext > 63. Honeywell Morristown, N.J. Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $67 millionHoneywell's 2016 U.S.-booked air volume decreased 6 percent in 2016, according to a BTN estimate. Selling, general and administrative expenses increased from $5 billion to $5.5 billion, owing primarily to labor costs from acquisitions, pension expenses and repositioning charges, according to Honeywell's annual report. COO Darius Adamczyk succeeded Dave Cote as CEO in April. Honeywell spun off of its resins and chemicals business and sold Honeywell Technologies Solutions, its aerospace government services business. The company spent $2.5 billion in acquisitions, including Xtralis International Holdings, which makes smoke, fire, gas and security threat-detection technologies; Com Dev International, which manufactures hardware for use in space; an outstanding stake in UOP Russell, which makes modular gas processing equipment; and Elster, which makes gas heating, controls and metering technology. At the end of 2016, Honeywell employed 131,000, up from 129,000 the previous year. About 45,000 were in the U.S.