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General Electric spun-off its transportation division into a very short lived company known as SPINCO. This company was then immediately merged into Wabtech (WAB). The structure of the spinoff was the distribution of SPINCO shares as a taxable distribution. The merger of Spinco into WAB is also a taxable event.

On November 9, 2021, the company announced it would divide itself into three investment-grade public companies. On July 18, 2022, GE unveiled the brand names of the companies it will create through its planned separation: GE Aerospace, GE HealthCare and GE Vernova.[10][11] The new companies will be focused on aerospace, healthcare, and energy (renewable energy, power, and digital). The first spin-off of GE HealthCare was finalized on January 4, 2023, with GE holding 19.9% of shares.[12] This will be followed by the spin-off of GE's portfolio of energy businesses which plan to become GE Vernova in 2024.[13] Following these transactions, GE will be an aviation-focused company, renaming itself as GE Aerospace, and will be the legal successor of the original GE.[14][15][16]

On December 3, 2009, it was announced that NBCUniversal would become a joint venture between GE and cable television operator Comcast. Comcast would hold a controlling interest in the company, while GE would retain a 49% stake and would buy out shares owned by Vivendi.[70]

Vivendi would sell its 20% stake in NBCUniversal to GE for US$5.8 billion. Vivendi would sell 7.66% of NBCUniversal to GE for US$2 billion if the GE/Comcast deal was not completed by September 2010 and then sell the remaining 12.34% stake of NBCUniversal to GE for US$3.8 billion when the deal was completed or to the public via an IPO if the deal was not completed.[71][72]

On March 1, 2010, GE announced plans to sell its 20.85% stake in Turkey-based Garanti Bank.[73] In August 2010, GE Healthcare signed a strategic partnership to bring cardiovascular Computed Tomography (CT) technology from start-up Arineta Ltd. of Israel to the hospital market.[74] In October 2010, GE acquired gas engines manufacturer Dresser Industries in a $3 billion deal and also bought a $1.6 billion portfolio of retail credit cards from Citigroup Inc.[75][76] On October 14, 2010, GE announced the acquisition of data migration & SCADA simulation specialists Opal Software.[77] In December 2010, for the second time that year (after the Dresser acquisition), GE bought the oil sector company Wellstream, an oil pipe maker, for 800 million pounds ($1.3 billion).[78]

In April 2015, GE announced its intention to sell off its property portfolio, worth $26.5 billion, to Wells Fargo and The Blackstone Group.[91] It was announced in April 2015 that GE would sell most of its finance unit and return around $90 billion to shareholders as the firm looked to trim down on its holdings and rid itself of its image of a "hybrid" company, working in both banking and manufacturing.[92] In August 2015, GE Capital agreed to sell its Healthcare Financial Services business to Capital One for US$9 billion. The transaction involved US$8.5 billion of loans made to a wide array of sectors including senior housing, hospitals, medical offices, outpatient services, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.[93] Also in August 2015, GE Capital agreed to sell GE Capital Bank's on-line deposit platform to Goldman Sachs. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but the sale included US$8 billion of on-line deposits and another US$8 billion of brokered certificates of deposit. The sale was part of GE's strategic plan to exit the U.S. banking sector and to free itself from tightening banking regulations. GE also aimed to shed its status as a "systematically important financial institution".[94]

In September 2015, GE Capital agreed to sell its transportation-finance unit to Canada's Bank of Montreal. The unit sold had US$8.7 billion (CA$11.5 billion) of assets, 600 employees and 15 offices in the U.S. and Canada. Exact terms of the sale were not disclosed, but the final price would be based on the value of the assets at closing, plus a premium according to the parties.[95] In October 2015, activist investor Nelson Peltz's fund Trian bought a $2.5 billion stake in the company.[96]

At the end of October 2016, it was announced that GE was under negotiations for a deal valued at about $30 billion to combine GE Oil & Gas with Baker Hughes. The transaction would create a publicly traded entity controlled by GE.[99] It was announced that GE Oil & Gas would sell off its water treatment business, GE Water & Process Technologies, as part of its divestment agreement with Baker Hughes.[100] The deal was cleared by the EU in May 2017, and by the United States Department of Justice in June 2017.[101][102] The merger agreement was approved by shareholders at the end of June 2017. On July 3, 2017, the transaction was completed and Baker Hughes became a GE company and was renamed Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE).[103] In November 2018, GE reduced its stake in Baker Hughes to 50.4%.[104] On October 18, 2019, GE reduced its stake to 36.8% and the company was renamed back to Baker Hughes.[105][106]

On May 21, 2007, GE announced it would sell its GE Plastics division to petrochemicals manufacturer SABIC for net proceeds of $11.6 billion. The transaction took place on August 31, 2007, and the company name changed to SABIC Innovative Plastics, with Brian Gladden as CEO.[169]

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Warren Buffett's company is investing three billion dollars in General Electric. The stock has fallen 42 percent in the past year. Buffett says he is confident that GE will continue to be successful. Berkshire Hathaway last week invested $5 billion in Goldman Sachs after the investment bank's shares dropped.

SHAPIRO: The old adage says buy low, sell high. Well, financial turmoil has driven many companies' stocks so low that if you've got a bit of confidence and a lot of cash, like Warren Buffett, it's not a bad time to buy. And that's exactly what he's doing. Yesterday, the legendary investor agreed to buy at least $3 billion of stock in General Electric. GE stock has fallen almost 50 percent since last year. Investors have been worried about the impact of the credit crisis on GE stock. Almost half the company's profits come from its finance business. Buffett's move comes about a week after his company Berkshire Hathaway agreed to sink $5 billion into the investment bank Goldman Sachs. Goldman stock is also down nearly 50 percent from its peak last year.

Answering your question, takes a few steps. First, we need to find out how much the stock traded for on its first day. That information is provided by GE on its website in the frequently asked questions, or FAQ, section. GE says 50 shares of the stock traded for the first time at $108 a share. So, your initial investment, if had you bought one of those first shares of GE, would have been $108.

A single share of GE currently trades for about $40. Does that mean you've lost $68? Not at all. You can't compare GE's stock price in 1892 with its stock price today because GE stock has split nine times. A stock split lowers the per- share stock price by issuing additional shares to existing shareholders. There is a history of GE's splits at the FAQ link above.

For example, the first split in 1926 was 4:1. Dividing $108 by 4 puts the price of each of those four post-split shares at $27. The next split, in 1930, was also 4:1. That puts the price of each of your shares at $6.75. And so on.

Another way to look at this, which may address what you're asking more directly, is by putting today's GE stock price into 1892 terms. Here, we take the current price and multiply by the split factors. When we do this, we find your original investment in GE stock would be $184,320 had the company not split its shares. 041b061a72


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