General Electric Cuts $2.4 Billion Off S&P-Worst Pension Deficit
United Technologies Jumps as CEO Opens Door to Company Breakup
United Technologies is weighing a breakup of a portfolio that includes jet engines, elevators and air conditioners.
General Electric Co. is heading toward the bottom of its profit forecast for the year.
GE owes benefits to at least 619,000 people, and retirees aren’t the only ones at risk.
Airbus says almost a third of its Pratt & Whitney-powered A320neo aircraft are affected by a new engine glitch.
Airbus SE’s most important aircraft just can’t shake its teething problems.
General Electric Co. investors have long griped that the sprawling company’s financials can be a black box.
Here's One Thing That's Going Right for General Electric. Really
A $15 billion shortfall in GE insurance reserves prompts a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation.
GE CEO Flannery says cash performance was above expectations.
GE Says It’s Under SEC Investigation After $6.2 Billion Charge
United Technologies Sees ’18 Profit, Sales Gain on Global Growth
GE Engine Venture May Oust Rolls From Emirates A380 Contract
GE Profit Forecast Seen at Risk From Power, Finance Problems
GE Plunges Toward Worst Week Since Recession Amid Capital Fears
GE Rout Deepens as $6.2 Billion Charge Reignites Investor Dread
Flannery, CEO at General Electric, is weighting options of a possible break up of his company.
General Electric to take a $7.5 billion charge with tax due to lingering problems in a legacy insurance business.
GE Posts Worst-to-First Turnaround on Dow, at Least for Week
Boeing Is Said to Seek Embraer Control, With Defense Safeguards