On Thursday, General Electric (NYSE: GE ) will release its quarterly report, and the company has worked hard recently to pull back from its emphasis during the 2000s on its financial business and to reestablish itself as an industrial giant.
GE has beaten earnings estimates three out of the last four quarters; if it can do so again, while increasing its backlog to a new record high, investors should be pleased with the company's prospects for the rest of 2014.
In a concerted effort to boost its portfolio in software, data and analytics, diversified conglomerate General Electric Company (GE - Analyst Report) recently completed the acquisition of operating room (OR) management and analytics solutions provider ...
Earnings season is heating up, with a pair of tech-sector earnings helping to light up the charts today. Still slated to report this week are blue-chip conglomerate General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), semiconductor concern Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
N) starts spinning off its consumer credit card business, some on Wall Street are hoping that the U.S. industrial conglomerate will eventually slim down its GE Capital finance unit even further. Commercial real estate, which GE Capital expects to make ...
General Electric Company (GE) is slated to report 1Q 2014 earnings before the bell on Thursday, April 17. Adjusted Earnings Per Share (EPS): The current Street estimate is $0.32 (range $0.30 to $0.32).
With earnings having helped to pull the Dow higher, results tomorrow morning from General Electric (NYSE: GE ) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS ) could help lift the Dow to unprecedented heights if the two companies give a positive read on the economy.