GE: What the Hell Happened at General Electric?

GE: What the Hell Happened at General Electric? | Fortune

He’d been General Electric’s CEO for almost 16 years, and outsiders were unaware of any specific succession plans or that ­Immelt, at age 61, had any intention of stepping down.

What the hell happened at General Electric? | The Crux

The radical board shake-up “could be one of the most seminal events in the history of U.S. corporate governance,” says a longtime vendor and close student of GE. Immelt (left) and Flannery announcing the succession. Flannery would soon replace much of Immelt’s …

What the Hell Happened at General Electric?

What the Hell Happened at General Electric? Fortune ^ | 05/25/2018 | Geoff Colvin Posted on 05/25/2018 9:03:43 AM PDT by SeekAndFind. It’s a bad day for a CEO when he announces he’s retiring and the stock goes up. That was Jeff Immelt’s day on June 12, 2017.

What the hell happened at General Electric? – Investment Watch

He’d been General Electric’s CEO for almost 16 years, and outsiders were unaware of any specific succession plans or that ­Immelt, at age 61, had any intention of stepping down.

What The Hell Happened At General Electric – What Happened

What happened. 2017 was a painful year for investors in General Electric (NYSE:GE) as they watched shares of the industrial stalwart crumble. www.fool.com How GE Went From American Icon to Astonishing Mess – Bloomberg

What the Hell Happened at General Electric

A general rule of thumb with Social Security is to wait and defer if you can. Nonsense. It’s much more complicated than that, especially if you’re married and you and your spouse aren’t the same age.

General Electric Is A Mess – General Electric (NYSE:GE

General Electric is currently FUBAR, «fouled up beyond all recognition.» General Electric has been in a well-defined downtrend for the entirety of 2017. There is definitely blood in the streets.

GE Capital Is Still Plaguing General Electric Company

Big Time Problem for GE Stock Price The issue for General Electric is that this is all happening at just the wrong time. The firm’s industrial operations seem to be collapsing.

General Electric: The End Is Near – General Electric (NYSE

General Electric’s cost reduction and avoidance program is on track. The company already cut $670 million in industrial structural costs year to date. Moreover, it appears there is much more to go.

What’s Wrong With General Electric Company’s Stock? — The

On Dec. 16 of last year, investors in the diversified manufacturer General Electric (NYSE:GE) listened intently to CEO Jeff Immelt as he discussed the outlook for 2015. Over the prior six months