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Generational envy

7 October 2019 By John Foley

The indebted $75 bln U.S. conglomerate’s halt on defined-benefit pensions will make 20,000 employees’ retirements less flush. CEO Larry Culp’s transfer of value from workers to investors is awkward, but necessary – it makes GE’s debt more predictable as well as more manageable.

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