General Electric Company

+$0.11 (+1.7%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
After a relationship that had lasted 110 years, GE will replace KPMG as its independent auditing firm beginning next year. Deloitte has been selected as GE's new auditor.
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After two decades of portfolio shuffling and reshuffling, and with a new entrenched team, GE is trying to rebuild itself and restore its reputation as an industrial conglomerate.
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General Electric reported mixed first-quarter financial results and offered no guidance before the markets opened on Wednesday.
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GE is taking actions that will look like a refinancing of some debt to solidify the conglomerate's financial position.
GE warned Thursday that first-quarter earnings would come in well below its previous estimate. The good news was the company closed the sale of its BioPharma business and now has a fresh stack of...
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GE on Monday announced several actions, including workforce reductions and layoffs, intended to save $500 million to $1 billion in 2020.
GE on Wednesday published a more detailed look at the outlook if offered when it reported fourth-quarter earnings in January. Several items are of interest for investors.
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