Extensive Interview with GE’s Immelt

2/5/2009

Part I: Important to Not Cut Dividends

GE’s Jeffrey Immelt talks with WSJ’s Alan Murray about why it is so important not to cut dividends even when earnings have been cut.

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Part II: Greenhouse Gas Policies

About cap-and-trade on carbon emissions and how the U.S. already has a greenhouse gas policy — but nobody knows about it.

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Part III: Beyond ‘Doom and Gloom’

How he’s looking beyond the “doom and gloom” of the present financial crises and sees that commerce is still active in the global economy.

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Part IV: Keeping a Triple-A Rating

Why GE will continue to run the company like a Triple-A company despite what the ratings agencies have said.

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Part V: New Era in Capitalism

The creation of jobs in the U.S. and the nature of capitalism after the economy rebounds.

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