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51 "We admire those companies, but they do different things from what we do," Immelt told Xinhua, when he was asked whether GE's business model was out of date. "I take second place to no one when it comes to innovation and technology," he added. "
AT Maritime Electric's electricity travels in a circuit' that begins at generating stations on and off the island. (Maritime Electric) Maritime Electric's president said the utility hopes to place an order by the fall for a new transmission cable to
unveiled its new Distributed Power business for Africa , as well as plans for diesel-generated electricity in Nigeria, the company announced new natural gas generator orders from Tanzania and Mozambique. In Tanzania, General Electric will provide
Jack Welch on How to Manage Employees Before getting into the lessons, here's a summary of how GE's "CEO factory" worked under former CEO Jack Welch . GE hired engineering graduates from state schools -- especially Purdue -- and shunned newly minted
Bloomberg is reporting German conglomerate Siemens has approached Mitsubishi Heavy, a unit of Japan's Mitsubishi, about coming on as a partner in its bid for French firm Alstom's energy business...But a minor rebellion in the French government
Fitzgerald and McAllister are both vice presidents of different aspects of GE's aviation products division. In 2014, McAllister expects to see data from 3.4 million flights. That's a 340-terabyte haul, or roughly 170 of those two-terabyte hard drives.
General Electric is breaking ground for an advanced manufacturing facility in Greenville. GE Power and Water President and CEO Steve Bolze on Tuesday announced the construction of the $73 million facility...Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott joined Bolze
finished Monday at another record high, rising 19 points and marking the latest in a string of all-time high closes for the venerable average. As the lull between earnings seasons has traders largely on the sidelines, investors are still riding the
In lots of corporate settings, executives are left on their own when it comes to improving their skills. They may read management advice books in their spare time, or trade notes with peers over lunch in the office cafeteria. But shouldn't companies
fails to reach a deal to buy the energy business of French industrial outfit Alstom, it won't be for lack of trying. The American manufacturer has bent over backward recently to ease the fears of government officials and persuade Alstom's