Jinpan: A Five-Star Stock That's Poised to Pop
Jinpan: A Five-Star Stock That's Poised to Pop
They're the brands you can't help but know, with logos that nearly everyone recognizes. These companies were founded back in the 1800s and became major players in the next century -- and the one after that. And while their logos have changed over time, they're essentially just refinements of the originals.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway liquidated its positions in a number of high-profile companies during the fourth quarter, but the Oracle of Omaha's huge stake in Coca-Cola has caused his portfolio to lose its fizz so far in 2011.
Sunbeam Products is recalling about 5,700 Convertible Clothes Irons sold exclusively at Bed, Bath & Beyond stores nationwide after 20 reports of...
Comcast reached an agreement with Time Warner that will allow the cable-television giant to air content from Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting unit on Comcast's Xfinity videostreaming service.
Knock us over with a feather: NBC Universal is shooing away the peacock from its new corporate logo as Comcast Corp. takes over a majority stake --...
Stocks closed mixed Friday as better-than-expected earnings from General Electric helped the Dow and S&P 500 snap two-day losing streaks, but the Nasdaq closed lower after disappointing results from Advanced Micro Devices.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt will become the head of a new presidential panel called the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. But is Immelt the right person for the job?
GE plans to sell its aircraft electronics to Chinese companies, and if you don't have a problem with that, maybe you should. After all, China just test flew a prototype stealth fighter, it continues to build up its military -- and we can only hope it's not planning to expand its territory in ways that threaten the U.S.
Apple, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, IBM, GE, Goldman Sachs and Google are just a sampling of names releasing results this week. And if last week's numbers are any guide, the market should have plenty of reasons to rally -- especially because expectations aren't all that great.
Week in Preview: Banks Step into the Earnings Spotlight
It's been a long time since the DJIA tracked just America's smokestack economy. But today's economic rebound is being led so far by traditional manufacturers. And if you plot those Dow components as a group, you'll see they're leading the larger pack by far.
Nearly 200,000 dehumidifiers sold under the GE and Professional Series brand names at Walmart, Sam's Club, Home Depot, Menards and other stores...
The CEOs of 18 big companies, including Google, Boeing and General Electric, met with President Barack Obama to discuss the U.S. economy and the country's international competitiveness Wednesday.
GE Releases Optimistic Guidance for 2011
General Electric raised its quarterly dividend 17% on Friday, the second time the company has raised its dividend this year.
CEOs are supposed to know when to say no. But when it comes to the temptation of having an adulterous affair, even some of the toughest-minded bosses just can't hold up a stop sign. Here are nine chief execs (all men) who made headlines for succumbing to the call of lust.
MSNBC today suspended Joe Scarborough for two days
Columnist Peter Cohan concludes that GE's parts would be worth 16% more, broken up, than the company's current market capitalization.
General Electric plans to purchase 25,000 battery-powered vehicles during the next five years for its own use and to lease to commercial customers.
General Electric, the global conglomerate whose businesses include consumer and business financing, power generation, household appliances, aircraft engines, medical imaging and media content, said it plans to invest more than $2 billion in China through 2012 in research and development, technology and financial services partnerships.
If you're looking for deals on major appliances this fall, don't bother to wait until Black Friday: retailers started offering huge discounts this...
General Electric announced Tuesday that it is recalling 174,000 dishwashers because of a potential fire hazard.
GE is recalling about 174,000 of its high-end Profile and Monogram dishwashers after five consumers reported they caught fire, the U.S. Consumer...
General Electric announced today it would shell out $587 million for Clarient, a maker of cancer diagnostic solutions. Clarient shares have soared 33% on the news.
General Electric's third-quarter results came in mixed, with earnings topping Wall Street estimates, but revenues missing them by a long shot.
These are among the big-name companies posting third-quarter results this week. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters are looking for earnings growth from all of them.
What if your electric car could be recharged by the road as you're driving? From a remote workshop in northern Idaho, Scott Brusaw, an electrical engineer and retired Marine Corps Sergeant, is building a system to do just that. And on Thursday, GE announced that Solar Roadways was the top community vote-getter in the company's $200 million Ecomagination challenge.
General Electric said Wednesday it would buy Dresser Inc., an energy infrastructure provider, for $3 billion, the latest in a series of deals and contracts from the U.S. conglomerate.
Days after Oracle CEO Larry Ellison urged the entire board of Hewlett-Packard to "resign en masse right away," former General Electric CEO Jack Welch has jumped on the diss-HP's board bandwagon. The criticism comes in the wake of HP's hiring of Leo Apotheker as CEO. "Who are these board members?" Welch asked.