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Decision time

27 April 2020 By John Foley

Larry Culp’s recent goal of reducing the company’s $59 bln of debt to a manageable level this year is toast: It relied on cash flow from the airlines unit. He could hunker down, but that risks making GE weaker. Selling, say, a stake in the healthcare business would be wiser.

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