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General Electric stock continues steep dive as shareholders pan CEO’s turnaround strategy

Globe and Mail Tuesday, 14 November 2017
General Electric Co.’s stock plunge deepened as its top leaders failed to soothe shareholder concerns about the turnaround plan for the embattled icon of American business.
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