A high-yield stock with hardly any growth or a fallen giant trying to recover past glories?
News & Analysis: General Electric
Not as much as it would have been in 2000, thanks to recent underperformance.
These four CEOs' successes and failures have shaped how industrial businesses are run and how people invest in them.
The two organizations prove that nothing lasts forever, for better or worse.
Let's take a closer look at the industrial giant's stock valuation.
GE's stock rebound is no fluke and investors should look for more to come.
Two iconic names, but only one should be of interest to most investors. And even then, it's not clear that buying is the right call.
Markets were little changed on Wednesday morning.
The underlying trends in General Electric's healthcare business suggest that Danaher's deal to buy the biopharma unit is a great piece of business.
Is the worst finally over for this one-time industrial heavyweight?