General Electric Cutting 12,000 JobsGeneral Electric Co. will cut 12,000 jobs in its power division as alternative energy supplants demand for coal and other fossil fuels.
GE Reportedly Preparing To Make Boston Job CutsIs General Electric, mere months after the highly-touted move of its corporate headquarters to Boston, considering layoffs and spending cuts here?
General Electric Breaks Ground At Site Of New Boston HeadquartersGov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito joined General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt Monday morning for a groundbreaking ceremony for GE's new Boston Headquarters.
Boston Celtics To Put GE Logo On Uniforms Next SeasonThe team said Wednesday it has a three-year deal that makes the company its exclusive data analytics partner.
Report: Celtics To Add General Electric Logo To Jersey, Announcement Expected WednesdayBrace yourselves, Celtics fans. An advertisement is coming soon to a Celtics jersey near you.
Keller @ Large: The Key Role Of Big BusinessWe slammed the culpable members of the corporate sector for their greed and amorality. It's only fair to give the other side a hearing.
General Electric Announces Location For Boston HeadquartersThe company will move into a 2.5-acre property along Necco Street in the Seaport District that includes existing buildings and new construction.
EPA Responds To GE's Housatonic River Cleanup OppositionThe EPA had proposed cleaning PCBs, or polychlorinated biphenyls, from more than 400 acres along a 10.5-mile stretch of the Housatonic River in Pittsfield and Lenox.
Keller @ Large: John Barros On The General Electric DealBoston's Chief of Economic Development John Barros calls General Electric's move to the city a good economic deal.
All Things Travel: Logan Airport Helps Land GE In BostonRelocate to innovate--that is the story behind General Electric’s decision to move their world corporate headquarters a couple of hundred miles from Fairfield, Connecticut to Boston.
Keller @ Large: We Need More Than Just General ElectricJon says we need a lot more than General Electric to make our economy rosy.
Keller @ Large: Big Win, Big QuestionsThat popping sound you heard all over Boston Wednesday? Champagne corks as the political establishment celebrated General Electric.