These oil-field services and equipment companies go head-to-head.
News & Analysis: Baker Hughes, a GE Company
The oil-field service company could look very different five years from now.
Forget about volatile oil prices, there are two other key factors that separate Baker Hughes and Core Labs.
The broader market was lifted on Wednesday by mild optimism about inflation and the U.S./China trade war.
The hot exercise hardware and software purveyor slaps a price tag on its stock, while General Electric is raising funds through its latest asset sale.
Baker Hughes is starting to see some positives on the horizon, but is it enough to make it worth buying?
Volatile oil and gas prices were just some of the issues the industry is facing.
Supplying the oil sector is a rough business, so why add even more risk to the picture? Here's why one of these stocks is better than the other.
The oil-field service giant's stock continues falling even though its prospects seem to be getting better.
These two oil services giants have lost roughly two-thirds of their value over the past five years. Is one a better buy than the other today?