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While the discussion is intended to be about the future of media, Immelt is only a few months removed from his role at this year's worst performing company on the Dow. Turmoil surrounded Immelt's exit, with scrutiny extending as far as his use of GE's fleet of corporate jets.
GE is now trying to fund a turnaround for the one-time American bellwether. Earlier this week, GE CEO John Flannery announced the company is cutting its dividend in half, to 12 cents a share from 24 cents, effective in December. On Thursday, ratings agency Moody's downgraded GE's long-term debt to A2 from A1, citing the "extreme deterioration" in the company's energy business.