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|Day's range||16.76 - 17.48|
|52-week range||16.76 - 31.34|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.70|
|Earnings date||24 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.48 (2.64%)|
|1y target est||21.71|
GE supports CBMG in its aim to speed up manufacturing timelines for its CAR T-cell therapy clinical trials and future commercialization First GE Healthcare FlexFactory™ for cell therapy installation in ...
NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2018-- Pomerantz LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed against General Electric Company and certain of its officers. The class action, filed in United States District ...
Shares of General Electric Co. sank 2.7% toward their first sub-$17 close in over six years, and the worst four-session stretch in nearly eight years, in the wake of the company's disclosure ofmassive ...
General Electric (GE) plans to announce its 4Q17 earnings on the morning of January 24, 2018. Shortly after its earnings announcement, the company plans to conduct an earnings call to discuss the quarterly results with investors and the analyst community. In November 2017, GE’s new CEO, John Flannery, developed a plan to revitalize the company.
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General Electric Co again has raised the prospect of breaking up the conglomerate as it announced more than $US11 billion ($A13.8 billion) in charges from its long-term care insurance portfolio and new US tax laws. Chief executive John Flannery has previously raised the idea of selling pieces of the largest US industrial company, as he slashes thousands of jobs and moves to cut $US3.5 billion in costs to counter a plunge in profits and cash flow.
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Brooke Sutherland joins Ed Hammond to discuss the ongoing saga at General Electric, and what a breakup for the industrial conglomerate could mean for deal makers and competitors. The two also look at how ...
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management reportedly has agitated for a breakup of General Electric. The ailing Dow stock continued to plunge toward recent six-year lows.
General Electric Co.'s stock tumbled 4.8% in afternoon trade Wednesday, putting it on track for the lowest close in over six years, as investors continued to express concerns over the billions in surprise ...
General Electric's (GE) announcement yesterday that it would take a massive $15 billion charge to bolster capital reserves at its insurance unit was shocking—so shocking that it knocked the industrial giant's stock down by 2.9% and ended what had been a nice New Year rally. Tusa's particularly concerned about the fact that "auditors had signed off on these insurance reviews annually without uncovering the billions of risk," something, he argues, that should also call into question how GE values just about everything it carries on its portfolio.
Chief Executive John L. Flannery is ‘deeply disappointed at the magnitude of the charge’ in the company’s legacy reinsurance portfolio.
General Electric is likely breaking up its businesses as early as this spring, and Wall Street is scrambling to evaluate its parts.
The insurance problems for General Electric Company (GE) have largely stemmed from its presence in the long-term care policy market
General Electric Co. said Wednesday it signed contracts valued at over $900 million wiht Kazakhstan's state-run railroad to help develop the country's railway infrastructure. The contracts with GE Transportation ...
CHICAGO--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- GE Transportation (NYSE:GE - News) signed two contracts, valued at over $900 million, with Kazakhstan’s state-run railroad Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ)—the company’s largest international rail customer—as part of its long-term commitment to develop the country’s railway infrastructure. The contracts include the delivery of 300 shunter locomotives and an 18-year service agreement to manage the maintenance and repair of 175 passenger Evolution™ Series locomotives. “We have a long history of successful, effective cooperation with GE Transportation, and we see great potential to further develop our strategic partnership,” said Kanat Alpysbayev, Chairman of KTZ.
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FAIRFIELD, Conn., Jan. 17, 2018-- On January 16, 2018, General Electric Company filed a Form 8- K with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which has been submitted to the U.K. National Storage ...
General Electric Co. will pay $15 billion to make up for the miscalculations of an insurance subsidiary as a new regime weighs future changes that could culminate in a breakup of a company conceived in ...
We should have known something big was coming when General Electric (GE) slashed its dividend in half last November, and now, it looks like the industrial and infrastructure giant is mulling a restructuring move that would break up the company.