Growing demand for energy products gives developing countries an advantage in burgeoning clean-energy field, while U.S. picture is a "mixed bag," says GE CEO.
GE Healthcare announces the commercial release of a new, smartphone-size imaging tool that lets physicians peer inside the body at a moment's notice.
Research will focus on tools to help consumers manage car charging and ensure that the power grid doesn't get overloaded by influx of electric vehicles.
Company plans to introduce a general lighting LED bulb that consumes 9 watts, can last for 17 years, and is designed to address concerns over light quality.
Company's offshore wind turbine business expansion is expected to total $450 million in four countries by 2020.
Working with start-up PrimeStar Solar, General Electric is developing solar modules that use low-cost, cadmium telluride thin-film solar cells.
An 845-megawatt wind project in Oregon, called Shepherds Flat, promises to be the largest in United States to date, spanning approximately 30 square miles.
A General Electric CIO has put his foot in his mouth by mischaracterizing open source even as his company broadly uses open source.
Company to buy Vivendi's 20 percent stake in NBC Universal for roughly $5.8 billion, making way for Comcast to acquire NBC Universal, according to the Journal and the Times.
Timed with Obama's visit, GE announces deals in China around high-speed rail, hybrid locomotives, and coal gasification plants with underground carbon storage.