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Age bias

30 May 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

Michael Neal may be leaving after eight years running the erstwhile high-flying lending unit. He got GE Capital back in shape after the financial crisis, but it’s no longer the company’s key division. Neal’s departure raises the question of who will succeed GE boss Jeff Immelt.

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