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|Day's Range||17.76 - 17.99|
|52 Week Range||17.46 - 32.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.93|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.48 (2.71%)|
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Lawrence Bossidy, former Honeywell chairman and CEO, shares his predictions for next year, including health care reform, the Dow closing at 26,460 at the end of next year and a comeback for General Electric.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli on the future of General Electric and the internal probe into former CEO Jeff Immelt over having an extra plane follow his corporate jet on trips.
Honeywell set a conservative 2018 profit target Wednesday, but it was seen as part of a pattern of underpromising and overdelivering.
General Electric (GE) has so many problems, and has been under such a microscope due to its 44% drop this year, that it's hard to imagine that anyone could find a new one. Leave it to Deutsche Bank's John Inch to do just that. In a note released today, Inch zeroes in on General Electric's board.
General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) has received its largest renewable energy order to date in Thailand, which will contribute to the country's goal to reach 40% of renewable energy in its energy mix by 2036. Specifically, GE Renewable Energy and GE Power recently announced agreements to provide 270 MW of wind energy capacity to Wind Energy Holding (a member of Thailand's KPN Group) for the Theparak Wind Farm in Central Thailand.
French waste and water group Suez expects more mergers and acquisitions in the very fragmented market for industrial water treatment, its CEO said, after its purchase of General Electric's water business in March for $3.4 billion. Suez, which had 2016 revenue of 15.3 billion euros, now has about $2.7 billion revenue in industrial water following the GE Water acquisition, and it expects that to grow to more than $3.1 billion by 2020.
General Electric announced that it won't receive dividends from GE Capital in 2018. It will pull down the OCF in the industrial business.
On December 9, 2017, General Electric, an industrial conglomerate, declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.12 per share on its outstanding common stock.
The percentage of a company’s pension plan assets made up of its own stock is an issue of debate among investors, as employees’ livelihood is strongly linked to their employer’s fortunes.…
A group of big technology, industry and power companies have called on the European Union to set a target for renewables of at least 35 percent when EU energy ministers meet next week. , IKEA, Microsoft, Philips and Unilever, say an ambitious target would encourage their investment in multi-year wind and solar power supply contracts, known as Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). In a letter, the 50 big firms called on EU energy ministers to lift all regulatory barriers to PPAs, to which firms are increasingly turning to source electricity needed for energy-intensive data centres or to run heavy machinery.
The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - A career Justice Department lawyer Bruce Ohr was recently transferred from the deputy attorney general's office to another division because he failed to inform officials of a September 2016 meeting with the author of a controversial dossier on then-candidate Donald Trump. - U.S. law-enforcement officials are investigating allegations of corruption in the awarding of the 2016 Olympic Games to Brazil.
General Electric can't ignore the fact that renewable energy is crushing fossil fuels in electricity markets.
General Electric Co. recently conducted an internal review into the flying of a spare business jet to accompany former Chief Executive Jeff Immelt, as it seeks to understand an unusual practice that went on for years and surprised investors when they learned of it in October. The investigation was discussed at a GE board meeting last week, people familiar with the matter said.
Issues in GE's power segment mean the company has a challenging near-term outlook, but its industrial peer looks set for growth.
A half-century ago, Canadian scientists discovered transplantable stem cells, which can grow into any kind of human tissue. Now, a government-backed research facility in Toronto wants to create a partially ...
The CEO of Verizon Communications Inc. has resigned from the board of General Electric Co. ahead of the company's plan to slash its number of directors by a third next spring. Verizon (VZ) CEO Lowell C. McAdam turned in his resignation on Friday, saying he "was no longer able to allocate the time necessary to continue to serve on the board," according to a notice filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. The plan is in line with the vision of a smaller, more focused industrial conglomerate that Flannery also laid out in that November presentation to investors.
Verizon Communications Inc. Chief Executive Lowell McAdam resigned from the General Electric Co. board of directors, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Monday. McAdam told GE that ...
Blue-chip stocks are pushing higher again on Monday, as the combination of speculative excitement surrounding bitcoin mixes with the holiday spirit and seasonal tailwinds to keep prices marching higher.