Dear JS: Last June, Jeff "Big Melt" Immelt, who took control of General Electric (GE-$18.47) from the iconic Jack Welch just before 9/11, announced he'd be stepping down as CEO. Good! He's been replaced by John Flannery, a 30-year GE
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General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) remains a conglomerate challenged by market pundits almost daily. The reference to the stock’s fall from grace cannot be ignored, even if many of the issues of the past do not line up with today’s situation as …
Optimism that GE Capital will resume paying a dividend to parent company General Electric is pushing the stock higher on Wednesday. GE's stock (NYSE: GE) has suffered in recent years in part because of concern over the company's …
General Electric Co. slashed its 2017 profit forecast as its new boss grapples with one of the deepest slumps in the beleaguered manufacturer’s history. The revision underscores the severity of the challenges facing Chief Executive …
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. While the Dow was cruising …
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 …
George Leong: The world is not coming to an end—even if it does look that way as global stock markets plummet. Make no mistake about it; we are clearly witnessing some selling capitulation in the stock market. The bottom may be near …