And it goes without saying that $200 million is hard to come by at the General these days.
Assuming you can call whatever it is they did accounting, anyway.
The guy making $21 million a year is cutting costs by freezing pensions.
He’s Boston’s (very) privately paid-for one-man anti-Madoff unit.
This financial statement is a sign of life.
Lest you all forget, one of the original public companies is a full and total clusterf@ck.
Maybe SixSigma wasn't sorcery after all.
The fire sale starts now.
And that means Jack Welch was Jeff Immelt before Jeff Immelt was Jeff Immelt.
The new GE CEO has crunched the last couple of years’ numbers and they look quite different from the old CEO’s numbers.
The consequences of which are now somewhat painfully obvious.
What’s the point, really?
Even if he can’t be Uber CEO, he doesn’t have to be G.E.’s chairman for one minute longer.
He won’t have anything to do with a company that listens to the likes of Nelson Peltz.
Our man J-Specs on the week in sports business.
Jeff Immelt's getting a little Peltz-ing to start the week.