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March 10, 2014
12:01 EDTXONE, GE, SSYS, VJET, DDD3D printer stocks drop after Barron's pans sector
Shares of 3D printer makers are sinking after Barron's contended that the stocks in the sector are hyped, don't have much potential, and are overvalued. WHAT'S NEW: In an article published over the weekend, a Barron's columnist wrote that investors are overpaying for publicly traded 3D printer makers 3D Systems (DDD), Stratasys (SSYS), ExOne (XONE), and Voxeljet (VJET). Those companies' products are inferior to privately held competitors when it comes to industrial manufacturing, the area that 3D printing can really reshape, the publication contended. Meanwhile, 3D Systems is trading at a price to earnings multiple of 84 that's "wild," since its earnings per share is expected to drop slightly this year, added Barron's. All of the companies named above have premium valuations, Barron's believes. Furthermore, in addition to competition from privately held companies, the publicly traded 3D printer makers will face competition from General Electric (GE), which has entered the sector, noted Barron's. PRICE ACTION: In late morning trading, 3D Systems dropped 5.7% to $63.45, Stratasys fell 3.4% to $110.61, Voxeljet gave back 4.2% to $32.75 and ExOne sank 4.6% to $42.85.
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September 30, 2015
09:59 EDTGEActive equity options trading on open
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09:47 EDTSSYSStratasys management to meet with Oppenheimer
Group luncheon to be held in New York on October 6 hosted by Oppenheimer.
08:27 EDTGEInfosys partners with General Electric for Internet of Things solutions
Infosys (INFY) will create new Internet of Things solutions in collaboration with General Electric (GE) and others to develop these solutions. The Industrial Internet Consortium, an international body of industries, governments and academics focused on developing best practices for the Industrial Internet, recently approved two Infosys-led testbeds: an Asset Efficiency Testbed tht enables holistic monitoring, analysis and optimization of critical infrastructure assets; and the Industrial Digital Thread Testbed, which creates more intelligent linkages between the three phases of manufacturing - design, production and field testing/service. IDT has been co-developed by Infosys and GE, and will be implemented first as a pilot project at GE Aviation.
September 29, 2015
17:03 EDTGEGeneral Electric, Cisco collaborate to accelerate manufacturing productivity
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17:01 EDTGEGeneral Electric launches Brilliant Manufacturing Suite
GE announced the next version of its Brilliant Manufacturing Suite at its fourth annual Minds + Machines conference. Field-tested and optimized within GE's own factories, the suite maximizes manufacturing production performance through advanced real-time analytics to enable all manufacturers to realize GE's Brilliant Factory vision. GE's Brilliant Manufacturing Suite allows customers to begin to realize their own vision of a Brilliant Factory. Integrating and aggregating data from design to service and leveraging analytics to support optimal decision-making allows manufacturers to drive improvements in end-to-end production. Analyzing data in context and providing the right information at the right time allows for better decision support throughout the manufacturing process. Data-driven analytics encompassing machines, material, people and process will transform the factories of today into Brilliant Factories.
16:41 EDTGEGE Hitachi, Exelon Generation form joint development of two digital solutions
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16:09 EDTGEGE plans new energy company to merge physical, digital and financial
GE unveiled plans to create an "entirely new type" of energy company that combines financing with GE's physical and digital capabilities across energy efficiency, generation and storage. The new organization will meet the unique needs of a wide range of Commercial & Industrial, utility, and municipal customers - hospitals, universities, retail stores, cities - and provide them with the hardware and software they need to be more reliable, more efficient and more profitable, the company said. This business will begin with more than $1B of revenue and will leverage GE financing, putting it on track to quickly establish a leadership position in the fast-growth energy efficiency market, according to GE, which said additional details will follow in the coming weeks.
16:07 EDTGEGeneral Electric announces new software products and partnerships
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14:08 EDTGEDOJ says no settlement offer received on GE, Electrolux deal, Reuters reports
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10:50 EDTGEGeneral Electric to hold a webcast
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10:49 EDTGEGE Aviation, Qantas Group sign strategic flight efficiency services agreement
The Qantas Group and GE Aviation have signed a comprehensive agreement for GE's Flight Efficiency Services, which will help Qantas and Jetstar increase operational flexibility and fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions by drawing on GE's industry-leading navigation services, data and analytics expertise. The agreement includes flight efficiency and Flight Operations Quality Assurance analytics, as well as renewal of a long-standing relationship for the supply of Required Navigation Performance procedures across many airports in the Qantas network. Qantas and GE will collaborate on specific initiatives to support the transformation strategy such as flight crew awareness, procedure compliance, operational insights and airspace utilization improvements. GE's support will include access to its full suite of analytical tools as well as process improvement, six sigma, change management and other domain expertise.
September 28, 2015
18:02 EDTGEGE-Aviation awarded $137.88M government contract modification
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13:33 EDTGEGE announces 18th and 19th HA Gas Turbine orders
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10:21 EDTGEGE urges Congress to reauthorize ExIm Bank for all American companies
10:20 EDTGEGE says to stop manufacturing gas engines in Waukesha, Wisconsin
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10:20 EDTGEGE confirms plans to build gas engine facility in Canada
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10:07 EDTGEGE to move 350 jobs to Canada from Wisconsin, Reuters reports
General Electric will move 350 jobs to Canada from Wisconsin as it shifts production of large, gas-powered engines, Reuters reports. GE has been unable to access financing from the U.S. Export-Import Bank, the report notes. GE is expected to invest $265M in a new manufacturing plant at a yet-to-be-determined Canadian location. Reference Link
10:03 EDTGEGeneral Electric to move 350 jobs to Canada from Wisconsin, DJ reports
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08:43 EDTGEPZU's Klesyk: GE may sell BPH this year, Reuters reports
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07:38 EDTGEBox to hold a user conference
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