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General Electric Market Cap Down $240 Billion Last 10 Years

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News video: Inside GE's $100 Billion Wipeout

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Nov.10 -- This year alone, roughly $100 billion has been wiped off GE’s stock market value. With mounting cash-flow problems at the once-mighty company, even the dividend is at risk of being cut. The last time GE chopped the payout was in the Great Recession -- and before that, the Great...

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