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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.

NBCUniversal teams with United Way for Stamford kids’ event

The annual “Business-to-Books” read-a-thon will visit 12 Stamford elementary schools this spring.

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.

GE Capital formally asks to shed its ‘too big to fail’...

GE Capital received the SIFI label in 2013, but according to Chairman and CEO Keith Sherin, the label no longer applies.

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.

Businesses large and small wait on Export-Import Bank reauthorization

Businesses large and small are feeling the loss of the Export-Import Bank's renewal as congress continues to debate the issue.

Ground broken for solar installation at industrial facility

Construction begins in Orange County on one of the largest privately owned solar installations in the state.

Changes to GE health plans leave retirees stunned

The company has eliminated its supplemental health insurance plans, instead offering access to a private exchange and a $1,000 annual reimbursement.

GE agrees to $3.5M settlement over safety of appliances

General Electric Co. has agreed to pay a $3.5 million civil penalty in a settlement over accusations that certain stoves and dishwashers posed hazards.

General Electric appoints three officers

The Fairfield-based financial services and technology conglomerate appoints officers in its finance, global growth and transportation units.

GE to spin off retail business unit

GE's retail business unit plans to complete an initial public offering later this year.