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Jun 7, 2023, 3:55 PM EDT
LARRY KUDLOW: This is the most important fiscal negotiation
FOX Business host Larry Kudlow gives his take on President Biden failing to negotiate the debt ceiling and weighs in on the federal budget on "Kudlow."
Former GE employee sentenced for conspiring to steal trade secrets for China
A former employee of General Electric Power was sentenced to two years in prison for conspiring to steal GE's trade secrets on behalf of the Chinese government.
Chinese intelligence officer sentenced to 20 years for espionage targeting GE Aviation
An intelligence officer for the Chinese government was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Wednesday for committing economic espionage and attempting to steal trade secrets from GE Aviation.
Union, GE reach agreement to speed up raises at Massachusetts plant
General Electric Co. and the largest union representing their workers have reached an agreement to speed up raises for workers at a Massachusetts aviation plant.
As the lights go down on GE, don't blame Jack Welch for the darkness
There’s a temptation to blame the end of the once-mighty GE conglomerate on the late Jack Welch but it isn’t true. It ignores the messy corporate history of GE.
GE shares jump as it splits into 3 companies
GE's stock jumps as investors applaud the move to split up the industrial giant.
General Electric reports stronger profits though sales miss forecasts
General Electric Co. GE 1.20% reported stronger profits as cost cutting offset lower-than-expected sales of its industrial equipment in the September quarter.
Hundreds of GE workers in New York walk off the job over vaccine mandate
A few hundred General Electric employees walked of the job on Friday in protest of the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate
US to give aircraft companies $482M for pandemic
The Biden administration is making $482 million available to aviation industry manufacturers to help them avert job or pay cuts in the pandemic.
GE posts lower sales, loss on restructuring moves
General Electric’s revenue fell 12% to $17.1 billion, reflecting a 28% decline in its aviation unit and a 9% drop in its healthcare unit after selling off part of the business.