NEW YORK (Reuters) - Concern among investors that General Electric Co (GE.N) may not generate enough cash this year to fully cover its dividend and other promised spending sent its stock to its lowest level in more than four years on …
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - 1. GE's downfall: Almost everything is going up on Wall Street these days. But not General Electric. It's stunning to see GE, one of America's most storied companies, left far behind the roaring stock market. …
Shares of General Electric (NYSE: GE) have plummeted by more than 40% this year, as the industrial conglomerate has slashed its earnings guidance and cut its dividend in half. Plenty of ink has been spilled regarding various management …
General Electric Co. 's Jeff Immelt is stepping down after 16 years as chief executive of the giant conglomerate, having succeeded in repositioning the company as a producer of large industrial products but failed to fully revive its lagging …
There's also the SEC investigation that GE disclosed last week. GE's (GE) cratering stock price, which is hovering near six-year lows, is another issue. While the Dow has soared 32% over the past year, GE has lost nearly half its value. The …
With the news this week that General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) CEO Jeff Immelt is stepping down from his post, the company is back under the microscope. The market is still getting comfortable with the plans and abilities of incoming …