Jeff Immelt

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As new GE (NYSE: GE) CEO John Flannery slashes jobs, eliminates use of company aircraft and executive cars, and readies answers to what his future plans are, a large amount of the focus for the near...
Investors who are overweight in GE are not getting to enjoy all the great things happening in the U.S. economy and the rekindled global growth story lately. It's time for those shareholders to accept...
Of course GE still matters to its existing shareholders. The problem is that General Electric just doesn't matter the stock market at this time.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up handily this year, but its performance would be better if its worst performing component, General Electric, was not off more than 20%.
GE reported Q2 results Friday morning that beat analysts estimates for both revenues and profits. The company also revved up its cash flow number in CEO Jeff Immelt's final quarter at the company's...
General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) finds itself at a serious crossroad in July. While many eyes are going  to be on GE’s earnings and guidance, there are many moving parts inside the...
What it is that is driving the interest in General Electric over its better performing peers? There is one simple explanation, after backing out all other issues: earnings growth!
Argus is looking for a solid 2016 for General Electric, as the firm now has among the highest analyst price targets on GE on Wall Street.
Standard & Poor's has maintained GE's corporate credit rating, but it has now revised its outlook to Negative.
The acquisition of this industrial goods maker Alstom would serve to further diversify GE's holdings, as well as help the company break into Europe.
GE shareholders doubtlessly will be unimpressed by the returns the stock has offered over the past decade, while the S&P 500 has soared more than 78%.
CEO Jeff Immelt continues to refashion General Electric as an industrial conglomerate with less emphasis on its once-booming financial business.
Whatever else has happened through all its restructurings, share buybacks and dividend increases, GE's stock is down 20% since Jeffrey R. Immelt became chairman.