After announcing that GE will buy back $12 billion in shares, and the promise from Immelt that GE will once again restore dividends [which were taken away by Jeffrey after 2008], the market has responded with a resounding endorsement of his leadership --- sending GE stock down to $19.70. Over the past 10 years, under the skillful leadership and direction of Immelt and his loyal board of directors, the stock has plummeted from $45 down to its current price of $19.70. Given this spectacular reduction in value, Immelt and the current BOD continues to be retained --- Why? These decisions are being made when GE's competitors have been able to increase shareholder value, dividends and market share in areas once dominated by GE. Isn't it time to consider a change at the top?