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General Electric Falls After Delaying Third-Quarter Results

Anders Keitz

fell on Friday, Oct. 12, as management pushed back when it would report third-quarter financial results and analysts questioned the beleaguered industrial conglomerate's financial standing, suggesting an equity raise and a dividend cut. GE had been scheduled to report earnings on Oct. 25. "The company moved the call to allow GE Chairman and CEO Larry Culp to complete initial business reviews and site visits following his appointment on October 1," GE said in a statement.