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Legendary General Electric Chief Jack Welch Has One Big Retirement Tip

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The concept of retirement is outdated, suggests long-time General Electric CEO Jack Welch.

Jack Welch isn’t your average 82-year-old business tycoon.

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General Electric GE Hiring Process

General Electric (GE) is a US-based multinational conglomerate headquartered in New York, Boston, Massachusetts. As of 2016, the company operates in the following segments: Aerospace, Energy, Digital, Energy Connections, Global Research, Health, Lighting, Oil and Gas, Energy, Renewable Energy, Transportation and Capital, which meet the needs of financial services, medical devices , Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals, Automotive, Software Development and Engineering. more General Electric (GE) Recruitment

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General Electric axes top-executive bonuses for first time


General Electric Co last year eliminated bonuses for its senior managers for the first time in its 126-year history, saving millions of dollars after losing money in 2017, the industrial conglomerate said on Monday. 33 more words

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GE On Wing Support Center Opens at Dubai South near Dubai World Central (IATA: DWC)

‘GE Aviation (…) on Tuesday opened its On Wing Support Center in Dubai South’s Aviation District Aerospace Supply Chain Facility, marking the expansion of the company’s engine repair services in one of the world’s leading aviation hubs. 301 more words

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General Electric Company (GE) Exploring Possible Sale Of Electrical Engineering Division


There have been plenty of rumblings that the conglomerate is open to spinning off assets to right the ship.

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Is General Electric's Future in Biology?


There’s a lot going on right now at General Electric (NYSE: GE), especially for the new CEO John Flannery. The stock is down 47% since July 2016, which is not something that happens very often to $250 billion companies. 923 more words

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