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  • Rank8
  • Previous Rank6
  • CEO
    Jeffrey R. Immelt
  • Address
    3135 Easton Turnpike, Fairfield, CT 6828
  • Website
    www.ge.com

America’s biggest industrial company is feeling the hurt from slowed U.S. and European manufacturing. Early this year, that sluggish growth hurt the company’s power and water unit, as struggling U.S. and European manufacturers purchased fewer GE generators. Given that trend, GE must figure out how to squeeze more profits out of other sections of its business such as aviation, and its financing arm GE Capital. It is also increasing investments in manufacturing tied to the oil and gas industry. This year, it paid almost $3 billion for oilfield pump maker Lufkin Industries.

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Key Financials

$ Millions% change
Revenues146,874-0.5
Profits
13641.00
-3.6
Assets685,328-
Total Shareholder Equity123,026-
Market Value (on March 29, 2013)240,408-

Profit as a % of

Profit Percent Sales240,408
Profit Percent Assets2
Profit Percent Shareholder Equity11.1

Earnings Per Share

Earnings Per Share1.29
EPS % Change (from 2012)4.9
EPS Change (5 year)-9.9
EPS Change (10 year)-0.9

Total Return to Investors

Total Return to Investors21.2
Total Return to Investors (5 year)-7.1
Total Return to Investors (10 year)
1.90