Bringing old things to death

7 December 2017 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The conglomerate is laying off 12,000 people in a power division that lights up 30 percent of the world. It blamed overcapacity amid a shift from coal and gas to renewables. Other divisions closely tied to fossil fuels are also ailing. GE’s woes suggest a wider shakeout ahead.

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