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Growth through the eyes of GE's Immelt

GE is a world-class company and object of emulation for many. It is also a unique organization. The company is a true conglomerate, but one that is more than an investment portfolio. It operates in a diverse set of businesses ranging from aircraft engines and massive power-generating turbines to ...

Life Science: From company creation to growth: Doing business in Wisconsin

... for that, said Jeffrey Immelt, chairman and chief executive officer of GE. immelt was chairman and CEO of GEs health care unit for four years. Weve invested ...heres any place that can compete in the future, its right here (Wisconsin), immelt said. Youve got smart people who work hard. The medical device cluster i...

GE promotes Milwaukee-area CEO to London position

...ealthcare in 2006. Hogan has served as president and CEO of the Waukesha-based GE Healthcare Technologies division since 2000, when he succeeded Jeff immelt after Immelts promotion to succeed Jack Welch as head of GE. The Milwaukee division accounts for about $11 billion of the $14 billion that GE Healt...

GE acquisition may boost "early" healthcare strategy

...o diagnostic imaging systems. Abbott, based in Abbott Park, Ill., develops medical diagnostic instruments and tests. GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. immelt called Abbott's diagnostics business the premier platform in this industry and said its position in diagnostics is aligned with GE's overall healthcar...

A prognosis for GE and Abbott Diagnostics

...acquisition, it is the cultural synergy that makes this particular part of the acquisition very plausible. GE's acquisitiveness GE CEO Jeffrey immelt says the Amersham acquisition will change the face of healthcare. Indeed, GE has already been doing that. The Abbott acquisition may very well accel...

GE Healthcare leads compact ultrasound market

... three months ending Dec. 31, 2006. The compact ultrasound market is expected to top $1 billion by the year 2011. GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. immelt attributed the company's position to its willingness to invest in disruptive technologies that generate organic growth. Its strategy included migratin...
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