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    • Dividend Fears Take Toll on GE Shares

      Shares of General Electric took another pounding, reflecting investor fears that a conglomerate that was once the bluest of blue chips faces challenges daunting enough to force a dividend cut.

      Appeared in the October 24, 2017, print edition as 'Dividend Fears Take Toll on GE.'

      Dividend Fears Take Toll on GE Shares
    • Arconic Names Former GE Executive Chip Blankenship as CEO

      Arconic named former General Electric executive Chip Blankenship as its new leader, roughly six months after its prior CEO stepped down after sending an unauthorized letter to an activist investor.

      Appeared in the October 24, 2017, print edition as 'Arconic Picks GE Veteran As Chief.'

      Arconic Names Former GE Executive Chip Blankenship as CEO
      • Moneybeat Blog

      Sizing up the Fed Candidates: Yellen Seen as Best for U.S. Stocks

      Investors are sizing up President Donald Trump's candidates for Federal Reserve chair. Among market beliefs: A second term for Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen would extend this year's record stock rally, while economist John Taylor would bolster the flagging U.S. dollar.

      Sizing up the Fed Candidates: Yellen Seen as Best for U.S. Stocks
      • Cfo Blog

      The Morning Ledger: Executive Compensation Under Scrutiny as New GE Chief Zeroes in on Cost

      John Flannery plans changes to GE's compensation plans. Reporting at large, listed U.K. companies could be better, a regulator says. And, Tesla has agreed to set up its own production site in Shanghai, China.

      The Morning Ledger: Executive Compensation Under Scrutiny as New GE Chief Zeroes in on Cost
      • Washwire Blog

      Mitch McConnell Warns GOP Against Villainizing Him

      Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seemed to acknowledge on Sunday that making candidates take sides on his performance could be detrimental to the cause of holding on to an already slim majority in the Senate.

      Mitch McConnell Warns GOP Against Villainizing Him
    • Hartford to Acquire Aetna Group Life, Disability Business

      Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has agreed to pay $1.45 billion to health insurer Aetna Inc. for a unit that provides life-, disability-income and other insurance products to employers’ benefits programs in the U.S.

      Hartford to Acquire Aetna Group Life, Disability Business
    • The 10-Point.

      A personal, guided tour to the best scoops and stories every day in The Wall Street Journal, from Editor in Chief Gerard Baker.

    • GE Compensation Moves Likely to Include More Performance-Based Changes

      Executive compensation is one of the many things John Flannery plans to shake up he tightens the belt at General Electric. But his options may be limited.

      Appeared in the October 24, 2017, print edition as 'Executive Pay at GE Comes Up for Review.'

      GE Compensation Moves Likely to Include More Performance-Based Changes
    • Trump Backs Some GOP Senators as Bannon Escalates ‘War’ on Incumbents

      President Donald Trump is siding with Republican Senate incumbents in key re-election races, potentially putting him on a collision course with Steve Bannon, the onetime White House chief strategist who has declared a “season of war” on their party’s establishment.

      Appeared in the October 23, 2017, print edition as 'Trump Backs Incumbents, Hinting at Bannon Conflict.'

      Trump Backs Some GOP Senators as Bannon Escalates ‘War’ on Incumbents
      • Journal Reports: Wealth Management

      How Artists Barter to Pay the Bills

      Trading artwork for rent or doctor’s services can help make ends meet.

      Appeared in the October 23, 2017, print edition as 'Paying Bills With Artwork.'

      How Artists Barter to Pay the Bills
    • Hartford City Workers Nervous Ahead of Potential Bankruptcy Filing

      Public-sector workers in cash-strapped Hartford, Conn., are on edge as city officials have said the state capital could seek authority to file for bankruptcy as early as November.

      Appeared in the October 23, 2017, print edition as 'City’s Struggles Unnerve Workers.'

      Hartford City Workers Nervous Ahead of Potential Bankruptcy Filing
    • GM’s Stock Gets a Charge as It Gears Up to Take On Tesla

      After years spent in neutral, General Motors’ share price is springing to life as the company’s emerging-technology bets appear to be helping it shrug off its “dinosaur” image.

      Appeared in the October 23, 2017, print edition as 'GM’s Recent Moves Give Shares a Lift.'

      GM’s Stock Gets a Charge as It Gears Up to Take On Tesla
    • Video Contradicts Kelly’s Criticism of Congresswoman

      The White House stood by its criticism of Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson, despite a video showing that Chief of Staff John Kelly had incorrectly characterized a speech she gave at the unveiling of an FBI office in South Florida.

      Appeared in the October 21, 2017, print edition as 'Video Conflicts With Kelly Criticism.'

      Video Contradicts Kelly’s Criticism of Congresswoman
    • GE’s Other Problem: Complex Financial Reporting

      GE’s next finance chief promised to get ‘back to basics’ with the conglomerate’s financial reporting, after the latest quarterly results highlighted the complexity of the company’s bookkeeping.

      Appeared in the October 21, 2017, print edition as '‘Cleaner’ Reports Ahead for Firm.'

      GE’s Other Problem: Complex Financial Reporting
    • New GE Chief Slashes Forecasts, Plans to Exit $20 Billion in Businesses

      GE’s quarterly earnings fell as it incurred hefty restructuring charges during CEO John Flannery’s first official quarter at the helm, and the new CEO pledged to exit more than $20 billion of the company’s businesses.

      Appeared in the October 21, 2017, print edition as 'GE Vows Changes As View Darkens.'

      New GE Chief Slashes Forecasts, Plans to Exit $20 Billion in Businesses
    • The Case Against the Prosecution

      A scandal over campaign donations to Manhattan’s district attorney shows how perverse incentives undermine faith in America’s criminal-justice system.

      The Case Against the Prosecution
      • Cio Blog

      The Morning Download: Carhartt CIO Virtualizing Product Development as 3-D Tools Take Off

      Digital business is all about moving quickly and, dare we say, with agility through the product development process. By using a new set of 3-D tools, Carhartt is exploring ways to eliminate some of the physical process of product development, a move the company says could save money and speed time to market.

      • Washwire Blog

      Republicans Set Sights on Finishing a Tax Bill Before Year-End

      News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau

      Republicans Set Sights on Finishing a Tax Bill Before Year-End
    • How High Could Rates Go if John Taylor Becomes Fed Chairman?

      The Federal Reserve’s benchmark interest rate would be significantly higher if the 1993 “Taylor rule,” named for the Fed chairman contender, were applied.

      How High Could Rates Go if John Taylor Becomes Fed Chairman?
    • PayPal Posts Stronger-Than-Expected Results on Mobile Growth

      PayPal Holdings said Thursday that third-quarter profit rose 18% from a year earlier and executives projected strong growth for 2018 thanks in part to payments platform Venmo finally contributing to revenue.

      PayPal Posts Stronger-Than-Expected Results on Mobile Growth
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