GE makes huge audit payout to KPMG due to Baker Hughes deal

It may have been a hard year for General Electric Co., but the company sure generated a lot of work for its auditor, KPMG.

GE (NYSE: GE) paid $142.9 million in audit and related fees and tax fees to KPMG last year — more than any year since at least 2…

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For first time ever, top GE execs earn no cash bonuses

The year 2017 was a tough one for General Electric Co., and its top executives’ bonuses reflected that — though there was still plenty of compensation doled out.

The Boston-based company (NYSE: GE) awarded only one of its senior executives a cash bonu…

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Battered by hurricanes, Liberty Mutual’s 2017 profit plummets from $1B to nearly zero

Liberty Mutual Group barely posted a profit in 2017, after bringing in just over $1 billion the year prior, thanks in part to a series of devastating hurricanes last summer and fall.

The Boston-based insurance giant reported net income of $17 million …

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SEC investigating GE over $6 billion insurance charge

General Electric Co. is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to last week’s announcement that its legacy insurance business will cost the company significantly more than previously reported.

GE (NYSE: GE) CFO Jamie…

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Conglomerate GE could break up; Some analysts think that’s a bad idea

General Electric Co. CEO John Flannery said Jan. 16 that he is considering splitting up some of the company’s core businesses, a step that at least one investment firm believes could hurt the firm, not help it.

Flannery’s comments came during a confer…

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GE scores win with rejection of Trump’s Export-Import nominee

A U.S. Senate committee on Dec. 19 rejected President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the U.S. Export-Import Bank, a victory for Boston-based General Electric Co., one of the companies that opposed the pick.

The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing & U…

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