General Electric upbeat on 2021 after profitable 2020
GM won't take stake in electric-truck startup Nikola
The corporation is purchasing and combining with TD Ameritrade, which means an overlapping of positions that are seeing cuts.
Siemens' energy unit spinoff lags expectations in market debut
Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality will test a new technology that will power electric vehicles via electric roads. Tests will be conducted on specially equipped buses.
Cable giant has a strong broadband business, but its media divisions have weakened
industrial conglomerate said it will now focus more on renewable energy projects.
General Electric's CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. showed optimism for the company for Q3 and beyond. Here's what he had to say.
India's Reliance denies plans for Amazon mega-deal
Bayer posts 9.5 bn euro loss on glyphosate settlement
The coronavirus’s impact on plane travel “has proven to be a lot worse” than what Raytheon originally expected, its CEO said.
GE owns about a 37% stake in the oilfield services company.
GE shares have dropped 38% this year
The landmark ruling opens the way for German VW owners whose vehicles were equipped with devices that gave false emissions readings during testing to claim compensation.
GE's aviation division plans to cut 25% of its workforce amid the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. stocks traded higher on Wednesday ahead of the Fed’s policy statement
Ford will continue to delay production at its North American production plants as it looks to produce ventilators for coronavirus patients.
GE wants to compete with Rolls Royce is selling engines to Airbus
Reports that the Trump administration is considering a ban on the sale of GE engines for use in China's first major commercial airliner Comac C919 has roiled the global aviation industry.
U.S. stocks closed mixed on Wednesday as traders welcomed some strong corporate earnings while the Fed kept interest rates unchanged.
GE said it will freeze the pension plans of 20,000 salaried employees as well as 700 executives.
A man works with a jet engine at General Electric (GE) Celma, GE's aviation engine overhaul facility in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hong Kong's leader's decision to withdraw an extradition law and the British Parliament's decision to block a hard exit from the EU sent stocks higher.
GE got a much needed financial lifeline with the sale of its life sciences business for $21 billion.
General Electric Co (GE.N) slashed its quarterly dividend to a penny a share, said it would restructure its power unit and that it faced a deeper accounting probe as new Chief Executive Larry Culp took his first steps to revive the struggling conglomerate.