General Electric CEO Ousted After Less Than 2 YearsAfter less than two years and a precipitous decline at General Electric, John Flannery has been ousted as chairman and CEO at the century-old company.
Southwest: Other Carriers Finding Cracked Engine Fan BladesSouthwest Airlines says cracks in fan blades like the flaw blamed for a fatal accident have been found at other airlines.
GE Cutting Hundreds Of Jobs At Pennsylvania Plant, Relocating To Fort WorthEarlier this year, GE announced it was cutting 250 positions at its Fort Worth plant, where workers aren't unionized.
GE, Baker Hughes Create Powerful New Player In Energy SectorGeneral Electric and Texas-based Baker Hughes are combining their oil and gas businesses to create a powerful player in an energy sector buffeted by years of weak prices.
Pieces From Chicago Plane On Fire Flew Thousands Of FeetEngine pieces from an American Airlines plane that caught fire Friday on a runway at Chicago's O'Hare airport were found thousands of feet away, a federal investigator said.
Cyber Security Firm Exposes Flaws In Wireless KeyboardsA computer security firm is warning wireless keyboard users that a flaw found in millions of devices allows hackers to read what you’re typing.
General Motors Invests $500K To Improve Arlington Assembly PlantGeneral Motors is investing more than $500 million to improve its Arlington assembly plant, which means more jobs are on the way.
MetLife Closing Mortgage Unit & Cutting JobsLife insurance company MetLife has announced that it is closing its mortgage operation. Over 4,000 workers are expected to lose their jobs nationwide.
UTA Grad Students Get Grant To Make Facebook FasterAt the University of Texas at Arlington, where students often meet face to face to discuss an academic phenomenon, a group of students is working on a social phenomenon that’s aimed to change how we communicate.