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March 18, 2014
06:08 EDTGEGeneral Electric's retail credit unit facing federal probes, WSJ reports
General Electric's retail credit business, Synchrony Financial, is facing a pair of probes from federal regulators over possible violations of consumer financial laws, the Wall Street Journal reports. Synchrony said last week that it is in talks with the CFPB related to "debt cancellation products" and marketing practices for these products, and is in talks with the DOJ to resolve a separate issue involving a potential violation of federal lending discrimination laws for excluding Spanish-speaking customers from settlement offers. Reference Link
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March 5, 2015
11:33 EDTGEGE says cautious on how it sees Brazil, still constructive on Mexico
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March 4, 2015
08:54 EDTGEGE to provide Stockholm Vatten with MBR equipment
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07:23 EDTGEGE CEO Immelt not leaving the company, TheStreet reports
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March 3, 2015
11:03 EDTGEAnalyst says GE's Immelt may leave in industrial CEO exodus, Bloomberg says
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10:52 EDTGEGeneral Electric March weekly volatility elevated, shares near three-month high
General Electric March weekly call option implied volatility is at 19, March is at 15, April and May is at 14, ; compared to its 26-week average of 15 according to Track Data, suggesting large near term price movement.
February 25, 2015
05:22 EDTGEGE Healthcare selected as strategic partner by Kenyan Ministry of Health
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February 24, 2015
18:02 EDTGEGeneral Electric director purchases $20M of company stock
According to regulatory filings, GE director William G. Beattie purchased 800,000 shares of GE for $20,096,000 on February 18 and 19.
February 23, 2015
12:07 EDTGEEU opens probe in GE's proposed acquisition of Alstom's energy business
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether General Electric's (GE) proposed acquisition of the Thermal Power, Renewable Power & Grid businesses of Alstom (ALSMY) is in line with the EU Merger Regulation. The Commissionís preliminary investigation indicates potential competition concerns in the market for heavy-duty gas turbines which are mainly used in gas-fired power plants. The transaction would bring together the activities of GE, the world's largest manufacturer of heavy-duty gas turbines, with those of Alstom, eliminating one of the three main global competitors to GE in this market. The opening of an in-depth inquiry does not prejudge the final result of the investigation. The Commission now has 90 working days, until 8 July, to take a final decision. Reference Link
February 20, 2015
08:26 EDTGEArc Logistics to acquire all membership interests Joliet Bulk for $216M
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