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GE chief executive Larry Culp adds a new job as CEO of GE Aviation

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GE chief executive Larry Culp adds a new job as CEO of GE Aviation
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General Electric Co. is switching up the top leadership roles in its aviation unit, the only one of the three current segments at the company which will be left after the planned spinouts of its health care and power businesses over the next two years. The Boston company (NYSE: GE) said that its chairman and CEO, Lawrence "Larry" Culp Jr., will take over immediately as chief executive of GE Aviation, in addition to his current roles. John Slattery, current president and CEO of GE Aviation, is shifting to a new role of executive vice president and chief commercial officer of the business.