GE’s Dividend May Still Be Doomed

Posted On February 1, 2018 10:27 am

GE’s epic mismanagement over the decades has forced it to cut its dividend in half. However, even the new lower payout is still unsustainable, which means that the company should, and potentially will, eliminate it entirely in the next few years.

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