Four General Electric Power Turbines Shut Down in U.S. Due to Blade Issue
General Electric Co said on Thursday that four of its new flagship power turbines in the United States have been shut down due to an “oxidation issue” and warned it expects the problem to affect more of the 51 units it has shipped, sending shares …
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The move comes as General Electric’s chief executive, John Flannery, focuses the company on its aviation, power and renewable energy activities.
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The industrial giant plunged into internet-era software with gusto. But it has trimmed back after finding that becoming a tech player is daunting and costly.
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Between the Trump administration’s steel tariffs, the reinstatement of sanctions on Iran, and political chaos, Italy is again struggling economically.
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In the lopsided battle between capital and labor, the president has a clear favorite.
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Conditions at the largest housing project for low-income seniors on the hurricane-ravaged island illustrate a health crisis for the most vulnerable.
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Motoko Rich, the Tokyo bureau chief for The New York Times, discussed how Japanese robotics were highly advanced even as communicating by fax remained ingrained.
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President Trump will be the ultimate arbiter in a trade case launched Thursday over imports of washing machines made by Samsung and LG.
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At this year’s edition, the movies looked ahead (to the Oscars) and back into history, none better than Alfonso Cuarón’s semi-autobiographical “Roma.”
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His legislative agenda is in tatters, but his master strategy — throwing out distraction bombs — is working.
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At a time of mounting uncertainty in Europe, the country has defied critics who insisted on austerity as the answer to the Continent’s economic and financial crisis.
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Public Service Electric and Gas Company said it tried multiple times to contact someone at the Newark home before power was turned off on Thursday.
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One of the pioneers of so-called computer vision is working on ways to deal with issues his old ideas could not solve.
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The company, which reported a 30 percent decline in net profit to $615 million, has set about shrinking its business to focus on three major operations.
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Low interest rates may do less to boost business spending in today’s economy than in years past because the big companies that now dominate many industries tend to use their money on intangibles that do not get cheaper as borrowing costs fall.
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Lengthy power outages have left tradesmen and small businesses in Libya struggling to survive in an economy already crippled by a liquidity crisis and high inflation.