buildings as a core function; GE says it's an asset class it knows well, but some analysts, such as Morningstar's Daniel Holland , says, "You have to think really hard about a good reason for them owning that business." Thursday's earnings
getting out of things like retail lending where they're not going to be able to really carve an advantage out. Daniel Holland , who covers GE for Morningstar, does think the shares are somewhat undervalued right now. We have it rated 4 stars
able to continue to grow for them. But what is almost more interesting about this deal is from the GE standpoint. Daniel Holland , who covers GE for us looked at this and said it's another sign of ... good capital allocation from [TICKER
The near-term outlook for GE is good, but investors should wait for a bigger margin of safety in the shares before jumping in, says Morningstar's Daniel Holland .
GE's midterm success in the emerging markets. We will meet with representatives from GE at the Electrical Products Group and will note any additional commentary from the company. Stock Analyst Daniel Holland contributed to this note.
Morningstar submits: By Daniel Holland Since the market trough in March 2009, automation stocks have averaged annual growth near 60%. While this track record will
ultimately driving the resignation of CEO Scott Garrett. The $83.50 takeout price represents a 90% increase from the stock's market low in the mid-$40s, where it traded just last August. Daniel Holland contributed to this note.
stake in Humana HUM by more than half, in favor of a brand new stake in General Electric GE. Morningstar analyst Daniel Holland likes General Electric's synergistic approach to combining businesses, and thinks the firm has a wide moat with