Naydenov : Introduction I recently read an article in Variety comparing Disney's ( DIS ) Bob Iger to GE's ( GE ) Jack Welch . Being a numbers guy, I looked at the past 40-year performance of Disney and GE and threw in the mix IBM ( IBM
decisions. But from a valuation standpoint, Jeffrey Immelt did not really get a fair shake when he took the reigns from Jack Welch . He took over on September 7th, 2001, just four days before the terrorist attack. At the time, GE's stock was
interest-group activism of the past has matured into the strategic machinations of shareholder heavyweights. Former GE GE CEO Jack Welch boasted on CNBC that he would have given " Einhorn the back of my hand ," but that quaint attitude is completely out
several former executives have gone on to lead other large companies. CEO Jeff Immelt took the reins from the legendary Jack Welch just days before 9/11, and his tenure to date has been characterized by a stronger balance sheet, significant acquisition
He took the financial giant that he inherited from Jack Welch and turned it back into the heavy industry company it ..... earlier. He also got along with President Obama while Jack Welch was pounding the table for Mitt Romney, and that may
the powerful juggernaut it used to be when legendary Jack Welch was at the helm. This engineering, technology, infrastructure ..... from 1981 to 2001, GE's value rose 4000%! Sadly, Jack Welch 's successor, Jeffery Immelt, has not been able to
the effect from Hurricane Sandy is in play as apparently NY didn't report last week, so we got it all this week. It's also the first key post-election economic number. Does Jack Welch care to comment? S&P -0.2% . 2 comments!
development and in turn America's energy future, and removing barriers is just as critical as resolving the fiscal cliff, Jack Welch tells CNBC: "We have a chance in this country to make this the American century. This gas thing is huge. The gas
More on GE 's Q3 earnings : Missed by $0.01? Where's Jack Welch when you need him? GE Capital profits +11% Y/Y on revenues -5% Y/Y - commercial lending & leasing a particular weak spot
Oct 9 (Reuters) - Jack Welch , the former chairman of General Electric who sparked an outcry with a tweet last week suggesting the White House manipulated job numbers for political gain, is no longer writing for Reuters or Fortune.