As legendary UCLA basketball coach Jack Wooden said, "Things turn out best for those who make the best of how things turn out." General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt and his leadership team hope that applies to them. After years of profits from financial services the regulatory change has compelled them to reinvent themselves as an industrial software company.
The growth of GE Capital was one of the major contributors to GE's stock rising from $1.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt spoke with Business Insider CEO and Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget at the 2015 IGNITION conference about his daily routine. Join the conversation about this story »
China is being rocked by the biggest market reforms it has seen in two decades, General Electric's Chairman and CEO said Thursday. Jeff Immelt sat down in CNBC's Squawk Box to chat about General Electric's recent $13.5 billion deal ...
At Business Insider's 2015 IGNITION conference, General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt told Business Insider CEO and Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget that his math major and participation in team sports better prepared him for day-to-day pro...
Things turn out best for those who make the best of how things turn out - Jack Wooden