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  • IMPERIAL, Pennsylvania, April 25- General Electric CO employees and shareholders voiced frustration on Wednesday with the company's poor performance, while attending the first annual meeting under Chief Executive Officer John Flannery, who has presided over a 43 percent decline in GE's stock price since taking over on Aug. 1. Several dozen union workers from...

  • Union members protest outside General Electric's annual meeting in Imperial, Pennsylvania, April 25, 2018.

    GE's stock has declined 43 percent since CEO John Flannery took over.

  • IMPERIAL, Pennsylvania, April 25- General Electric CO employees and shareholders voiced frustration on Wednesday with the company's poor performance, while attending the first annual meeting under Chief Executive Officer John Flannery, who has presided over a 43 percent decline in GE's stock price since taking over on Aug. 1. Several dozen union workers from...

  • IMPERIAL, Pennsylvania, April 25- General Electric CO employees and shareholders voiced frustration on Wednesday with the company's poor performance, while attending the first annual meeting under Chief Executive Officer John Flannery, who has presided over a 43 percent decline in GE's stock price since taking over on Aug. 1. Several dozen union workers from...

  • IMPERIAL, Pennsylvania, April 25- General Electric CO employees and shareholders voiced frustration on Wednesday with the company's poor performance, while attending the first annual meeting under Chief Executive Officer John Flannery, who has presided over a 43 percent decline in GE's stock price since taking over on Aug. 1. Several dozen union workers from...

  • April 24- Centene Corp on Tuesday cut its full-year forecast due to a delay in closing its $3.75 billion takeover of Fidelis Care, a not-for-profit Medicaid insurer, sending its shares down 3 percent in premarket trading. The acquisition of Fidelis, announced in September, would help Centene expand its government-sponsored healthcare coverage and make it a...

  • April 24- Centene Corp on Tuesday reported a quarterly profit that more than doubled, as it added more members to its health insurance plans, including its Obamacare business, as well as lower costs in its Medicaid unit. Centene, which primarily focuses on government-sponsored health plans, said net earnings rose to $338 million, or $1.91 per share, in the first...

  • Abdi Khalif, who works on research and development, in the genomic testing lab at Color Genomics in Burlingame, Calif., March 19, 2018.

    Genetic disease risk screening is becoming a popular employee benefit. But experts say the tests may not be all that beneficial for the general population, the New York Times reports.

  • Kroger is ramping up their employee benefits

    The company announced new investments in an effort to keep pace in a tighter labor market.

  • A server at DiMillo's On the Water brings food to customers during lunch in Portland, Maine.

    The restaurant industry is expected to grow quickly, but many of its workers are living paycheck to paycheck

  • LeanIn.org president on closing the gender pay gap

    Rachel Thomas, LeanIn.org president, discusses the organization's fight to educate people and companies about the gender pay gap, including the even larger gap for women of color.

  • PARIS, April 4- Millions of French commuters suffered a second day of travel chaos on Wednesday as striking rail workers locked horns with President Emmanuel Macron's government in a dispute over reforming the state-owned SNCF railways. Commuters in and around Paris pushed their way onto the few trains running during the rush-hour while many platforms in...

  • PARIS, April 3- Rail workers began a three-month rolling strike on Tuesday, causing travel chaos and presenting the toughest challenge yet to President Emmanuel Macron's resolve to reform the French economy. Nearly one in two train drivers, conductors and signal-box workers went on strike on Tuesday, bringing widespread disruption to Paris commuter lines...

  • McDonald's is tripling its college tuition benefit for its employees

    Nearly 400,000 McDonald's employees will be able to receive more help with tuition costs at community colleges, trade schools, and four-year universities.

  • LONDON, March 19- BT said on Monday it would close its defined benefit pension scheme after it struck an agreement with a major union on the future arrangements for 20,000 staff. Britain's biggest broadband and mobile phone provider said it expected to close its scheme, one of the biggest in the country, to future benefits on May 31 but that some...

  • Jeff Immelt

    For the first time this year, publicly traded companies have to report how their CEO pay compares to the median pay for their workforce as a whole. And, for the first time ever, top GE execs earned no cash bonuses, the Boston Business Journal reports.

  • A shopper at a Dollar General store

    Dollar General is stepping up their benefits game and putting family first, USA Today reports.

  • Venus and Serena Williams speak about pay equality

    CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the pay gap still plaguing professional women athletes, including those at the top of their game like the Williams sisters.

  • CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a closer look at the results of two new surveys which show misperceptions about pay and leadership gaps in the workplace and how to close those gaps.

  • United Airlines replaces quarterly bonuses with a lottery, angering some employees

    Some United Airlines employees are upset about a plan to replace quarterly bonuses with a lottery system.