majority stake, leaving GE with a minority holding. GE has been trying to sell its home appliances unit again as CEO Jeffrey Immelt puts a greater focus on industrial operations. Post your comment!
By IAEResearch: There were some doubts about Jeffrey Immelt when he took up the position of CEO at General Electric (NYSE: GE ) back in 2008 - the company was going through one of the toughest
23 billion year-over-year, and indicates a strong second half to the year may very well be in the cards. CEO Jeff Immelt also thought the company had a solid quarter, highlighting GE's "double-digit industrial segment profit growth
General Electric ( GE -0.9% ) CEO Jeff Immelt tells FT . The bank is crucial for ..... have "some skin in the game," Immelt says, adding that closure will mean ..... think that exports are important." Immelt 's warning comes as GE says it will
as its most promising growth region. "We remain a committed partner to Africa’s sustainable growth," says CEO Jeff Immelt . The funds will be spent building new infrastructure projects, training local workers and improving regional supply
(Reuters) - Trade ties between the United States and Africa will be hit if the U.S. Congress decides to close the Export-Import bank, the Financial Times reported General Electric Co Chief Executive Jeff Immelt as saying.
achieve 75% of our earnings from our Industrial businesses by 2016," says General Electric ( GE -1.2% ) chief Jeff Immelt , commenting on last night's IPO of his company's North American retail credit unit, Synchrony Financial. “The
was wowed by how poised for success the company's core operations are, and despite his poor reputation, how CEO, Jeff Immelt , navigated a very large and troubled ship through some difficult challenges while minimizing risk to GE's stakeholders
By William Rudder: General Electric (NYSE: GE ) and CEO Jeff Immelt have taken a significant amount of criticism the past several years. Much of this criticism stems from the stock's general underperformance
MSFT ), Satya Nadella had over Jeff Immelt when he took over the CEO's job ..... replaced Steve Ballmer whereas Mr. Immelt had to step into the seat of "ruler ..... he turned the reins over to Mr. Immelt . Microsoft shareholders were not