GE

General Electric Company (NYSE/GE) is a large, international firm. General Electric (GE) has many business segments, including energy, finance, consumer, and technological infrastructure. The advantage to investing in GE is that its diversified business structure tends to smooth out revenue and earnings. GE was formally created in 1892 by merging of Thomson-Houston Electric Company with Edison General Electric.


Does General Electric See a Nuclear Comeback? General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) through its partnership with Japan’s Hitachi, Ltd., working together as Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy Ltd., have signed a partnership agreement to cooperate in the field of decommissioning and remediation of…

Jet engine makers are rare. Airframe manufacturers have to source them from a limited pool of suppliers, dominated by the likes of Rolls Royce, Pratt & Whitney, and General Electric Company (NYSE:GE). However, the latter manufacturer dominates the market, helping…