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CRE lending market looks to hold steady in 2016

With low interest and capitalization rates, steady growth in both Fairfield and Westchester looks to continue — though the full impact of GE's exit from Fairfield remains to be seen.

GE completes sale of Franchise Finance U.S. hotel business

The deal with Western Alliance Bank is part of General Electric's goal of divesting itself of over $200 billion worth of assets.

Goldman Sachs’ approach to online customers

New website gsbank.com aims to attract individuals and small businesses.

GE posts mixed results for first quarter

The company reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on April 22, but profit in its industrials business declined.

Buyer of Stamford GE property overbilled clients, Mass. says

State Street Corp. violated Massachusetts law by overcharging customers up to $200 million, according to Mass. Secretary of State William Galvin.

GE officially exits the banking business

The company has completed the sale of GE Capital Bank’s U.S. deposits to Goldman Sachs.

Fairfield League of Women Voters hosting public info meeting on GE

The meeting will take place on April 2 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the town’s Board of Education offices.

Kleban, Fairfield University unveil ambitious plans for GE property

Plan promises more tax revenue and employment for town — but only if GE agrees to sell.

Letter: Helping casinos while ignoring GE

A legislator and a former U.S. representative say state government has skewed priorities.

Questions surround General Electric’s departure

With GE's announcement that the company will be vacating its Fairfield headquarters, questions as to the future of the building and town remain in the wake.

GE sheds appliance unit

Products made in Kentucky will continue to bear GE logo under Haier ownership.

GE forms new energy company

Current begins its life with a billion-dollar revenue stream.

Cuomo said to court GE

New York governor reportedly visited Fairfield recently.

GE sells health care lending business for $9 billion

Fairfield-based GE will sell $8.5 billion of its health care-related loans and its Healthcare Financial Services U.S. lending business to Capital One for approximately $9 billion, the company announced.

GE debuts its Predix Cloud for industrial use

Predix Cloud, an industrial data and analytics product, will be available commercially next year.