General Electric CEO Makes Case Against Protectionism

Business | Ted Goodman
General Electric Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt. (Reuters/Vincent Kessler)

‘If we can level the playing field, we will grow exports’

General Electric CEO Says Global Elite Are A Thing Of The Past

Business | Ted Goodman
General Electric Co Chief Executive Jeff Immelt speaks at a news conference to discuss the company's plan to move its headquarters to the city of Boston in Boston, Massachusetts, April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

‘We are a proud American company that is winning in every corner of the world’

Obama's Jobs Czar Absolutely Savages Feds: 'Most Government Policy Is Anti-Growth'

Business | Juliegrace Brufke

‘It doesn’t do any good to win awards for good governance if you are getting eaten alive by competitors’

GE To Finalize Move To Boston, Cites High Taxes As Reason For Relocating

Energy | Chris White

‘They just wanted the taxes that were imposed to go away.’

GE CEO Threatens To Outsource If US Ends Export Subsidies

Business | Peter Fricke

Immelt is misleading either lawmakers or investors with outsourcing threats, critics say

General Electric to investors: Obamacare is hurting our medical business

Politics | Patrick Howley

‘Hospitals and clinics appear to be delaying purchases’

Time to shut down green energy subsidies

Opinion | Thomas Pyle
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They cost $6.1 billion a year and enrich well-connected administration cronies.

White House's business adviser says China's 'state-run communism' works

Politics | Neil Munro

‘State-run communism may not be your cup of tea, but their government works’

Obama meets with big business to plot small-business tax hikes

Opinion | William Weir

The meeting is another example of collusion between big government and big business.

GE dividend boost of 2 cents a share - Bloomberg

Business | Kells Hetherington
President Barack Obama shakes hands with General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt

Company cut its shareholder payout in February 2009 for the first time since the Depression to conserve cash

'Jobs czar' Immelt took job despite 'definitely' disagreeing with prez - TheDC

Politics | Vince Coglianese

‘I believe when the president asks you to do something, you say yes’

Cut trillions, not billions, Mr. President

Feature:Opinion | David Bossie

Will Obama rise to the occasion or merely kick the can down the road?

What Obama's State of the Union speech has in common with Taco Bell

Editorial | Wayne Allyn Root

There’s no meat in Obama’s taco.

GE's Immelt on the hot seat

Editorial | Larry Kudlow

Can Obama’s new advisor shine a light on corporate tax cuts?

TheDC Morning: Wall Streeters want what Fannie's having - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

Read TheDC Morning: An unvarnished e-mail summary of what’s really happening in political news

Money, meet mouth - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

After midterm elections, the Tea Party’s next target is big business that lobbies for Obama agenda

Stink in the air - TheDC

Energy | Amanda Carey

Congressman’s brother gets $107 million from Department of Energy for wind farm

Geithner bored by complaints about Obama policies - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

Geithner says concerns from business about Obama policies are ‘nothing remarkable’

The death of the postindustrial dream

Opinion | Ian Fletcher

Remember postindustrialism? Not long ago, this catchphrase was supposed to define America’s future: no more grubby hard industries, just a clean bright world of services and high technology

Is health-care reform stunting growth? - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

Lack of jobs increasingly blamed on uncertainty created by Obama’s policies