23.05 -0.04 (-0.17%)
Pre-Market: 4:20AM EDT
|Bid||23.01 x 200|
|Ask||23.19 x 1100|
|Day's Range||23.07 - 23.28|
|52 Week Range||22.83 - 32.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.16|
|Earnings Date||Oct 20, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.96 (4.11%)|
|1y Target Est||27.80|
John Flannery is getting rid of company cars, a fancy executive retreat and perhaps thousands of corporate jobs under pressure to cut costs.
Apple is teaming up with General Electric to develop mobile software for factories, power plants and other industrial settings. The two companies said Wednesday that they're launching a toolkit to allow developers to build apps for iPhone and iPads that uses GE's Predix data-collection and analysis tool. Apple has made Predix its preferred tool for connected factories.
Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt used to have an empty jet follow him on business trips, according to a published report.
GE is teaming with Apple to extend the mobile reach of its IoT platform, and making Amazon its preferred cloud partner. Both will be useful as GE seeks to achieve ambitious technology goals.
GE is a leaner, meaner industrial machine under new leadership, but has it been strengthening its free cash flow? Investors may find out when GE reports Friday.
Apple and GE on Wednesday announced a pact to make it easier to create apps for monitoring factories and industrial machines on the go.
Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is an update on Project Titan. Project Titan: A new video may show off Apple’s current work on Project Titan, reports AppleInsider. Rumors claim that Project Titan was originally an effort by AAPL to enter the car market.
Chicago startup Uptake is building predictive analytics software that helps companies in rail, energy and other sectors know when their machines are going to fail, putting it in direct competition with 125-year-old industry giant General Electric. Donohue held multiple c-level roles at GE Power, including chief marketing officer. Anderson was the VP of Enterprise Technology at GE Digital, chief information officer at GE Transportation and chief IT auditor at GE.
General Electric (GE) is scheduled to report earnings on Friday, and no one is expecting it to be a quiet day. The industrial giant's stock has been beaten up this year amid earnings disappointments, management changes and chatter about a possible dividend cut, and its earnings will be dissected for evidence that the worst is behind General Electric--or still to come. You probably already know where JPMorgan's C. Stephen Tusa and team stand.
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch analysts say 2018 earnings could come under pressure thanks to rising labor costs.
On Oct. 18, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a new all-time intraday high of 23,145 as of this writing. Investors who aren’t playing the indices can gain exposure to the Dow Jones today through the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSEARCA:DIA). With the index up 16.3% in 2017, though, how much longer can this rally continue?
General Electric Co. announced Wednesday it is partnering with Apple Inc. to allow developers to build iPhone and iPad apps for the Industrial Internet of Things, a key part of GE's strategy for the future. The partnership will combine Apple's iOS with Predix, the industrial data management platform built by the GE Digital division. The deal with Apple follows the outline that new GE CEO John Flannery detailed in a September blog post, when he said he would refocus GE's digital efforts around existing customers while increasingly relying on a network of partners and resellers to bring its IoT software platform to new industries.
The partnership will give developers access to tools to make their own industrial IoT apps through iOS.
General Electric Co. and Apple Inc. announced Wednesday a partnership aimed at bringing GE's industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform Predix to Apple's iPhones and iPads. The companies will provide ...
Apple Inc and General Electric Co say they are working together to make it easier to write software that can track power plants and jet engines on Apple's iPhones and iPads. The companies have come up with a tool for app developers to connect Apple's iOS operating system more easily to Predix, the cloud-based software at the heart of GE's effort to turn itself into a "digital industrial" company. The Predix software connects sensor-laden industrial machines like wind turbines, jet engines and elevators to data centers, so that streams of information from the machines can be analyzed to help predict failures and make the machines run more cost effectively.
The companies have come up with a tool for app developers to connect Apple's iOS operating system more easily to Predix, the cloud-based software at the heart of GE's effort to turn itself into a "digital industrial" company. The Predix software connects sensor-laden industrial machines like wind turbines, jet engines and elevators to data centers, so that streams of information from the machines can be analyzed to help predict failures and make the machines run more cost effectively.
General Electric Co. is teaming up with Apple Inc. to develop mobile apps for managing machinery, factories and power plants as the industrial giant steps up efforts to sell software and services.
The concept of a corporation without a corporate network reflects changes in the nature of the enterprise, in which borders are blurring at many levels. "We’re seeing workers (are) more distributed ...