CNBC's Mary Thompson provides the latest highlights from General Electric's conference call.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO, discusses General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt's rebuttal to presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, and how inequality in the company is affecting both corporations and the general population.
General Electric's Jeff Immelt fires back at Bernie Sanders for saying GE was among companies "destroying the moral fabric" of America.
In a "Washington Post" article, CEO Jeffrey Immelt defends his firm after recent comments from presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
Jim Cramer channeled his March Madness bracketology and crowned the eight CEOs ready to lead their companies to success in 2016.
A lot of the issues seem upside down, says CNBC's Jim Cramer weighing in on where political lines are drawn on Super Tuesday.
Jim Cramer says to cast your vote, caucus your candidate, just don’t forget about this opportunity for stocks.
Jim Cramer attributed the negative political backdrop as the reason why investors are paying less for stocks than normal.
General Electric Chairman & CEO Jeff Immelt discussed what he believes will drive the "next great wave of productivity."
General Electric's profit in its industrial businesses fell 8 percent, hurt by weakness in its divisions catering to power and oil and gas industries.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is recommending these stocks to give investor portfolios a healthy boost.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of GE on how it has managed to triumph in a slow-growth environment, and how its bets will pay off.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of General Electric ahead of tonight's show with CEO Jeffrey Immelt.
Keith Sherin, GE Capital chairman & CEO, discusses the benefits of General Electric exiting the last of its equity stake in Synchrony Financial as the industrial giant continues to wind down its financial services business.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he likes what he sees in General Electric's quarterly numbers.
I think this is more profit-taking than anything else, says Steven Winoker, Sanford C. Bernstein analyst, breaking down General Electric's quarterly results and weighing in on why he likes the stock at these levels and sees more upside potential.
Nick Heymann, William Blair analyst, breaks down General Electric's quarterly numbers, which beat on earnings but missed on revenue.
General Electric is at its best levels in 7 years after the company's quarterly numbers, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
David Alton Clark, a top-ranked blogger, believes shares of GE may be entering overbought territory. Here's how to play it.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is reflecting on the retirement of DuPont's CEO Ellen Kullman.