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Low-key Larry

30 October 2019 By John Foley

GE is leaner and less indebted. Its jet and health divisions grew in the third quarter and cash flows are improving. Culp’s predecessors specialized in big gestures. If he can just keep GE on a stable path, with fewer one-offs and write-downs, he’ll be its best chief in decades.

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