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Acting with Impunity: The Case of General Electric

Lawrence S. Wittner History News Network
Can the world’s biggest corporations act with impunity? When it comes to General Electric (GE) -- the eighth-largest U.S. corporation, with $146.9 billion in sales and $13.6 billion in profits in 2012 -- the answer appears to be “yes.”


Locomotive Builders Say, ‘Keep It Made in Erie!’

Mark Haller Labor Notes
Locomotive builders in Erie, Pennsylvania, are rallying today to demand that General Electric stop the transfer of nearly a third of the plant’s jobs to a non-union, lower-wage factory in Texas.
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