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  • GE’s Immelt Pursuing Biggest Deal in Bid to Boost Growth

    Updated 2 hours, 36 minutes ago

    Buying Alstom SA would be Jeffrey Immelt’s biggest attempt yet to reverse a 35 percent slump in General Electric Co.’s shares on his watch as sales growth languishes.

  • General Electric Said in Talks to Buy France’s Alstom

    General Electric Co. is in talks to buy Alstom SA, the French builder of power plants and transmission gear, people with knowledge of the matter said, in what would be GE’s biggest acquisition ever.

  • GE Profit Tops Estimates as Industrial Margins Expand

    General Electric Co. benefited from rising sales of jet engines and oilfield equipment last quarter, helping Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt deliver on his plan to fatten profit margins.

  • Bank of America, JPMorgan Top Corporate CDS Trades: DTCC

    Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. publishes top corporate CDS trade volumes for wk through March 28 on its website. * Bank of America - 178 contracts covering gross $2.1b of debt * JPMorgan - 145 contracts covering gross $2b * Morgan Stanley - 160 contracts covering gross $1.6b * Intesa - 161 contracts covering gross $1.4b * GE Capital - 193 contracts covering gross $1.4b * DTCC website: data/section-4/section-iva.aspx

  • GE-Boeing Among Firms Tracking Russia Sanctions Fallout

    Companies with investments in Russia -- such as General Electric Co. and Boeing Co. -- are growing concerned as the U.S. prepares to impose tougher sanctions over the crisis in Crimea that may spur retribution against corporate interests.

  • GE Files IPO for North America Finance Unit to Cut Risks

    General Electric Co. filed for an initial public offering of its North American consumer lending unit as part of Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt’s effort to reduce credit risks and focus on industrial businesses.

  • GE Said to Seek $3.5 Billion in IPO of Consumer-Finance Unit

    General Electric Co. plans to seek as much as $3.5 billion in the initial public offering of its North American consumer-lending business, now called Synchrony Financial, people with knowledge of the matter said.

  • Ardian Said Poised to Acquire $1 Billion Fund Holdings

    Ardian Sarl, the private-equity firm formerly known as Axa Private Equity, is poised to buy $1 billion of stakes in buyout funds from General Electric Co., said four people familiar with the matter.

  • GE Goes From Laggard to Leader in Swap Drop: Corporate Finance

    General Electric Co.’s finance arm is pulling away from the biggest U.S. banks in the eyes of credit traders, signaling an end to more than three years of repression for declining profits during the financial crisis.

  • GE Sued by Investor for Touting Stock During Crisis

    General Electric Co. was sued by an investor claiming its officers and directors made misleading statements to the public while touting the company’s stock during the financial crisis.

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