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Globalization of General Electric (GE)

Globalization of General Electric (GE)

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F
ALCON
G
ROUP
 
Globalization at General Electric
Presentation By: 
Ali Raza Sahni
 
G
ENERAL
E
LECTRIC
 
General Electric Company (GE) is an American Multinational ConglomerateCorporation
Conglomerate Corporation: 
A Combination of two or more corporations engagedin entirely different businesses that fall under one corporate structure
Operates in Four Segments: Energy, Technology Infrastructure, Capital Financeand Consumer & Industrial
Public Limited Typed Corporation
Traded As: NYSE: GE, NASDAQ: GE, Dow Jones Component, S & P 500Component, Dow Jones Composite Component, and The Global DowComponent
Founded In Schenectady, New York, U.S. (1892)
Founder(s) are Charles Coffin, Edwin Houston, Elihu Thomson, and ThomasEdison
Area Served at Worldwide
Key People are Jeffrey Immelt
(Chairman & CEO)
Products are Electric Appliances, Aviation, Consumer Electronics, ElectricalDistribution, Electric Motors, Energy, Entertainment, Finance, Gas, Healthcare,Lighting, Locomotives, Oil, Software, Water, Weapons, and Wind Turbines
 
G
LOBALIZATION
 
IN
GE
GE Operating Overseas for Decades
CEO Jack Welch (1981
 –
2001), the goal was to be number one ortwo globally in every business in which they are participated
Jack Welch sanctioned Foreign Direct Investment Strategy
GE takes advantage of Economic Weakness in Europe from 1989 to1995 to Invest $ 17.5 Billion and Acquire 50 Companies
Then Purchased Various Companies of Latin America
Also takes Economic Crisis Advantage in Asian Countries (1997
 –
 1998)
In 1999, GE spend $ 15 Billion in just 6 months
 At End of Welch’s tenure (2001), GE have:
 
Revenues of 40% plus AS compared to 20% in 1985
Operating Incomes were 16.7% High AS compared to 1985
EPS was 14% High AS compared to 1985
Financial Times Magazine Called
 
“Most Respected Company in the World” 
 

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