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General Electric bets on big machines

Oct 18, 2013
General Electric is shrinking GE Capital, betting on its heavy equipment manufacturing for industries like energy, airlines and medical equipment.
Posted In: GE, GE Capital
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GE swears off credit cards

Aug 30, 2013
General Electric is making plans to sell off its retail lending business, including store credit cards.
Posted In: General Electric, GE, Credit card
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Obama's top economic policy adviser leaving- now what?

Sep 22, 2010
White House National Economic Council director Larry Summers will return to Harvard at the end of the year. Who might replace him and what does...
Posted In: Arctic, ATT, eggs, energy, Facebook, GE, General Electric, kilts, Larry Summers, light bulbs, mid-day update, salmonella, sporran, water
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Seventh Generation's greenwashing trifecta

May 5, 2008
The Greenwash Brigade responds to Jeffrey Hollender's interview with Marketplace's Sarah Gardner. Check back with the blog throughout the day as...
Posted In: BP, GE, Green standards, Seventh Generation, Toyota
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Greenwashing is a gateway drug

Apr 5, 2008
In Amy Westervelt's recent Sustainable Industries interview with L. Hunter Lovins, Lovins makes the case that greenwashing is good. "Hypocrisy is...
Posted In: architecture, building, GE, Lovins, marketing

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