The GE unit is one of the world’s largest plane-leasing companies with a fleet of almost 2,000 aircraft valued at $40 billion.
GE Is Preparing $1.5 Billion Sale of Power-Conversion Unit
Arconic to Sell Business Tied to London's Deadly Grenfell Blaze
GE Beats Profit Estimates as Aviation, Health Care Buoy Results
GE Investors Looking for Calm This Quarter After Painful Slide
Arconic May Rise on Speculation Over PE Buyout Following Report
Northrop Grumman Chairman and CEO to Step Down Next Year
Northrop Grumman Looking Into Report of White Supremacist Worker
In GE Overhaul, Once-Mighty Finance Arm Goes Out With a Whimper
Athene Expresses Interest in Buying GE Insurance Assets
The new General Electric Co. began to take shape in the unlikeliest of places.
General Electric Co. plans to spin off its health-care business.
GE Speeds Disposals With $3.25 Billion Sale of Gas-Engine Unit
The divestitures, cost cuts and a revamped leadership, are designed to stem a slide in the company’s shares.
GE's Ouster From Dow to Put More Pressure on Beaten-Down Giant
Walgreens Boots to replace the one-time industrial powerhouse.
GE Reaffirms Dividend, Soothing Wall Street Fears of Another Cut
Hot U.S. Economic Growth Is Burning Companies That Can’t Keep Up
GE Falls Most in Month as CEO Sees `Challenging' Turbine Market
GE Stock Price Is Closest It's Been to Analyst Target in a Year
GE to Get $2.9 Billion in Merger of Rail Business With Wabtec