GE's credit card division will refund $34.1 million to consumers who government regulators say were misled.
For much of the past 15 years, U.S. exports and manufacturing have been on the decline. But that trend appears to be reversing, and these stocks are likely to benefit.
GE is reportedly preparing to spin off its huge credit card business, as it seeks to reduce the size of its financial business to put more emphasis on its industrial products.
After posting a loss in the latest quarter, U.S. Steel shakes up its executive suite.
Seven years ago, Australian billionaire Clive Palmer sold Citic, China's biggest state-owned investment company, on the idea of mining low-grade iron ore from the Outback.
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed sharply in June to its lowest level in nearly four years as imports reversed the prior month's spike.
General Electric posted a slight gain in net income in the second quarter and said its U.S. operations are picking up steam.
U.S industrial production rose slightly more than expected in June as manufacturing output picked up speed.
GE plans to hire thousands of engineers to build an "industrial Internet," with the aim of allowing business customers to run equipment more efficiently and save...
New orders for U.S. factory goods rose in April, but not enough to reverse the prior month's plunge, adding to signs of a slowdown in manufacturing activity.
The Dow Jones industrial average has posted gains every Tuesday for the past 20 weeks, making it the longest winning streak for any day of the week since 1900.
Federal regulators have proposed that a group of firms that aren't banks be deemed potential threats to the financial system that need stricter government oversight.
These companies may not get a lot of attention, but they define the course of our lives in more ways than you might imagine.
General Electric discovered it was financing a small number of firearm purchases in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shootings and has moved to stop future loans.
GE reported a first-quarter profit in line with Wall Street's expectations on Friday, as the conglomerate sold more jet engines and shed its stake in NBC Universal.
GE plans to further expand its holdings in the energy industry by buying oilfield-services provider Lufkin Industries for about $2.98 billion.
Michael Dell's attempt to gain more control over his namesake computer company appears to be turning into a financial tug-of-war.