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Published in : 2019-03-15 | by CNBC Television
Jim Cramer sits down with General Electric's Larry Culp to hear how new chief wants to strengthen the balance sheet and set the company up to play to win.
Published in : 2019-04-08 | by CNBC Television
J.P. Morgan's Stephen Tusa downgraded General Electric to underweight from neutral and cut his 12-month price target to $5 from $6. CNBC's Jim Cramer gives ...
Published in : 2018-11-12 | by CNBC Television
CNBC's David Faber sits down with General Electric CEO Larry Culp to discuss the company's future outlook and what the company is doing to turnaround the ...
Published in : 2019-03-06 | by CNBC Television
General Electric chairman and CEO Larry Culp made some comments about the company's cash flow, which caused the stock to drop quickly. Nicholas ...
Published in : 2019-02-27 | by CNBC Television
J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa joins "Squawk on the Street" by phone to give his calls on General Electric and why he thinks the stock will go down to $6.
Published in : 2019-04-30 | by CNBC Television
Ed Garden, Trian chief investment officer and founding partner and General Electric board member, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss GE's quarterly ...
Published in : 2018-11-30 | by CNBC Television
General Electric's GE Capital is "an anchor dragging this stock down" as much as $20 billion in value, says New York University professor Aswath Damodaran.
Published in : 2019-02-25 | by CNBC Television
General Electric CEO Lawrence Culp tells CNBC that a health-care IPO was plan A but the Danaher deal is the better option. Culp says that GE has too much ...
Published in : 2018-11-12 | by CNBC Television
Jeff Sonnenfeld, senior associate dean for leadership studies at the Yale School of Management, discusses what GE CEO Larry Culp needs to do to turn GE ...
Published in : 2018-11-12 | by CNBC Television
Jim Corridore, CFRA Research, and Brian Langenberg, Langenberg and Company, discuss GE CEO Larry Culp's interview on CNBC this morning, what it's ...