Wednesday, April 24, 2019

A Longer Leash For Drones: Federal Regulators Allow Avitas Systems To...

If you live in oil country, you know what a nodding donkey is. The name derives from the continual up-and-down motion of the arm...

GE Names New Leadership For Its Power Units, John Rice Returns...

Two weeks ago, GE said that it intends to split Power into two units: GE Gas Power, comprising the Gas Power Systems and Power...

Air Born: How A Secret World War I Project Launched GE’s...

Last weekend, the world remembered 100 years since the end of World War I, a conflict that changed the map of Europe and left...

Advent International Acquires GE’s Distributed Power Business For $3.25 Billion

GE and the private equity group Advent International completed Advent’s $3.25 billion acquisition of GE’s Distributed Power business today. The unit, now rebranded as INNIO, is...

A Picture-Perfect Partnership: GE Imaging Technology Is Helping University of Wisconsin...

When Elizabeth Korosec started suffering dizzy spells, she and her husband, Frank, drove to the emergency room at their local hospital in Madison, Wisconsin....

Fast Forward: This Tech Accelerator Is Bringing Digital Twins To America’s...

The U.S. military has the world’s largest aircraft fleet. With 5,500 Air Force planes, 5,000 belonging to the Army and 3,500 for the Navy,...

Let There Be Light: How GE Rebuilt An Iraqi Power Plant...

In March 2017, the GE Power team returned to Al Qayara — an Iraqi town about 46 miles from Mosul, a city then still...

Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Hornet: The US Air...

Boeing’s F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet fighter jets have something for everybody. Built to take off from and land on aircraft carriers, the planes...

GE’s Aircraft Leasing Unit On Track To Earn $1.2 Billion In...

Back in 1967, Allegheny Airlines, now U.S. Airways, was a small business with a big idea — connect dozens of American cities with regular...