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5 Computer Glitches That Cost Their Company Billions

Sometimes one simple computer glitch can set a thriving company back billions of dollars.

Here's a look at the five costliest technical malfunctions...


Why We're Bullish on the GE Stock Price Today and in 2016

The GE stock price today held firm at $30.44 after announcing it has terminated the $3.3 billion sale of its appliance business to Electrolux amid regulatory roadblocks.

GE gets $175 million from Electrolux in a break-up fee and will pursue selling the unit.

Here's why GE is a stock to buy and own now...


Why General Electric (NYSE: GE) Stock Hit a 7-Year High Today

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) stock rose nearly 3% to a 52-week high of $28.99 Friday morning after posting better than expected earnings.

The rise has General Electric (NYSE: GE) stock trading at its best level in seven years.

Here's how to invest in General Electric stock now...

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For the Likes of Nelson Peltz and Carl Icahn, the Targets Are Getting Bigger

No company is immune from activist investors. That point was hammered home anew when Nelson Peltz announced Monday he'd bought $2.5 billion of General Electric (NYSE: GE) stock, making him a top 10 shareholder.

Every year, more household names are targeted, including many widely held stocks.

Here's what to do when a stock you own lands in the crosshairs of a Nelson Peltz...


GE Stock Prices Jumps 4% After Nelson Peltz Investment (NYSE: GE)

The General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) stock price jumped more than 4% to $26.63 Monday after activist investor Nelson Peltz revealed he has accumulated a sizable stake in the global conglomerate.

Peltz says GE could returns 40% of its current market value to shareholders by 2018.

But that's not the only reason we're bullish on the GE stock price now...

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What the General Electric-Capital One Deal Means for Investors (NYSE: GE)

Shortly after Tuesday's closing bell, General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) announced it will sell its healthcare financing business to Capital One Financial Corp. (NYSE: COF) for roughly $9 billion.

Here's what the General Electric-Capital One Deal means for investors: a slimmed down, more nimble, and less financially regulated GE.

Here's what investors need to know now...