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General Electric: A Top Stock Pick For 2018?
The worst should be behind General Electric (GE) now that the company has slashed its dividend and starts to focus again on its neglected industrial core business.
When Investors Should Start Buying General Electric Company Stock  Investorplace.com
Taking a Look at the Data Behind General Electric Company (GE)  StockNewsJournal
GE By The Numbers
It's personal preference but for a high dividend company like GE it's straight to the Statement of Cash Flows for me, bypassing all the corporate fluff.
3 reasons Honeywell is better than General Electric
GE is potentially facing a long-term structural problem in its core power segment; Honeywell has no such issues, and has cyclical tailwinds behind many of its businesses.
General Electric to cut 12000 jobs in power division
General Electric plans to cut 12,000 jobs in its power division as the industrial conglomerate's new CEO institutes sweeping changes and the company grapples with a decline in business for coal and natural gas products.
General Electric to cut 12000 jobs in power business revamp  Reuters
General Electric slashing 12000 jobs  CBS News
The Bloodbath Begins At GE
As alternative energy encroaches on traditional power business models, margins could fall regardless of cost outs. GE remains a Sell until management can rightsize Power and meet goals for cost outs and free cash flow.
General Electric: Making The Right Moves
GE announced details for the upcoming quarterly dividend payment of $0.12 (a 50% hair cut) and, on the same day, disclosed that 12,000 people from the Power division (~20% of the operating segment's work force) are out of a job.
General Electric Has A Hidden Growth Story
While General Electric (GE) is a jumbled mess, the company does have three key operating divisions that are actually experiencing profitable growth.
General Electric to cut 4500 jobs in Europe: source
It also gave GE a larger installed base of plants to service. But the deal came just as demand for new power plants was slowing, in part due to competition from cost-competitive wind and solar systems.
Report: General Electric Company (GE) Plans 4500 Layoffs In Europe  StockNews.com (blog)
Happy Holidays: GE Plans to Cut 4500 Jobs in Europe  24/7 Wall St.
General Electric Company: Dividend Declaration
BOSTON, Mass.-December 8, 2017-The Board of Directors of GE ( NYSE : GE) today declared a $0.12 per share dividend on the outstanding common stock of the Company.
Bear of the Day: General Electric (GE)  Nasdaq
How Does General Electric Company (GE) Stack Up Right Now?  StockNewsJournal
General Electric: When Bad News Is Good News
There are many challenges facing GE shareholders but the first one is the technical picture of the chart. We can see the extent of the damage that has occurred just in 2017 as GE has been nearly cut in half this year. In addition to that, GE's 200DMA ...