GE to Create Simpler, More Valuable Industrial Company by Selling Most GE Capital Assets; Potential to Return More Than $90 Billion to Investors through 2018 in Dividends, Buyback & Synchrony Exchange
Want to talk to a locomotive? With the power of the Industrial Internet, now you can.
Musician Matthew Dear and GE create a composition with audio samples from the world’s most powerful machines.
GE is imagining what’s next in six research areas that will ignite the future
GE researchers are working to decode the brain’s inner workings and find ways to restore injured minds
GE is helping fuel the future with new technologies that reach oil and gas reserves beneath the sea floor and deep underground
The brilliant scientists of GE Global Research are making the breakthroughs that will shape the future.
GE helps customers navigate the water-energy nexus because saving water = saving energy. Join us in celebrating World Water Day on March 22nd.
From building next-gen jet engines in America to powering Africa to curing disease in Asia, GE made more of what the world needs in 2013.
Bringing Natural Gas Fuel to the Oilfield - Reducing Flaring, Saving Money and Decreasing Emissions
When you look at what GE does through a child’s eyes, you see brilliance.
GE Transportation and the Industrial Internet are helping CSX build one of the most efficient and reliable transport networks in the world.
GE is reimagining manufacturing with 3D printed parts, spray-on metals and space age materials.
GE invited a team of photographers and enthusiasts to Peebles, OH for an inside look at the world’s most advanced jet engine test facility.
GE examines the age of gas and the power of networks in new report
GE Speaks the Language of Industry at Minds + Machines 2014. Join the #IndustrialInternet conversation...Learn more about how GE is translating the Industrial Internet into powerful outcomes at GESoftware.com
At the 2013 Paris Air Show, GE Aviation unveils the latest in its powerful class of turbofan engines.
The Brilliant Factory: Boosting productivity by reimaging the way we design, manufacture and service products
GE Transportation is building high-performance assembly lines that deliver the world’s most efficient heavy-haul locomotive in North America today.
In 2012, we made strategic decisions in key areas that will drive growth in the company and create better outcomes for our customers and the world.
Join us in celebrating Inventors' Day by tweeting your invention idea to @generalelectric with the hashtag #IWantToInvent.
The GE Global Innovation Barometer explores how the perception of innovation is changing in a complex, globalized environment.
Powered by GE locomotives, the Juice Train is bringing Orange Juice to your breakfast table in one of the most efficient ways possible.
We build the advanced turbine systems that power the world, and keep it running by monitoring them every step of the way.
We take health personally. Especially when it's our own employees being taken care of by GE technology.
In the global rail industry, we're putting locomotives on the tracks that will move freight more efficiently than ever before.
In London, we are making sure that the world’s best athletes have world-class medical technologies.
In Albany, Georgia, we're pushing the performance of crop dusters with the latest turboprop engine technology.
In 2011, we invested in the businesses and technologies that will drive economic growth for the next decade.
In Erie, PA, we're making the locomotives that move freight to your hometown.
In Louisville, Kentucky's Appliance Park, we're revitalizing manufacturing in the United States.
In Greenville, SC, we're developing cleaner gas turbine technologies and close-knit teams.
In Peebles, Ohio, we're testing aircraft engines that produce fewer emissions and make less noise.
In Jenbach, Austria, we're making gas engines that turn waste into environmentally beneficial power.