Glowing numbers

Birger, Jon
November 2000
Money;Nov2000, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p112
Reports on the business practice of General Electric and its Chief Executive Officer Jack Welch. History of General Electric which has been successful on the stock market; How the company works; Management of earnings which is thought to be the key to success; Importance of management; Outlook. INSETS: Smooth operator;The price is bright;Garbage in, garbage out by J.B..


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