Shares in engineering and design software company General Electric (NYSE: GE) rose 16.1% in July, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. As such, investors can look forward to a release of value as GE is broken up in the coming years.
GE has some impressive history, and current technology, on display at its research center in upstate New York.
Once the mightiest of industrial conglomerates, GE is breaking into three pieces. It's time to value each of the businesses.