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.
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.
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.
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.
Part V: New Era in Capitalism
The creation of jobs in the U.S. and the nature of capitalism after the economy rebounds.