Pat is leaving GED in great hands. Good leadership!
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Well I think the 1-2 punch for the destruction of GE was 1) Capital hiding insurance risks and 2) Power claiming future potential savings as current profits -- if that's the best GE has now then it's destined to rot
Right. It’s not like power is the best business left in GE
One for all and all for one
Yes, GED is laser-focused, not trying to be everything to everybody.
So by saving, you mean turning it into an IT organization for Power? The only people who see that as a good thing are those already in Power.