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What happens when a company can combine big #iron AND big #data? http://t.co/uTX99gFOPR http://t.co/hPINhrFPxO
Congrats to former GE scientist John Schenk, to be inducted into the @rpi Alumni Hall of Fame http://t.co/bjR90zpBIv http://t.co/7Cs7sGbPNm
GE is "attacking" every element of its cost base http://t.co/inXR4nercu http://t.co/CXizsEYc6s
@JeffImmelt on the Industrial Internet http://t.co/inXR4nercu http://t.co/vZqo9UbRNB
@JeffImmelt on GE's new technology http://t.co/inXR4nercu http://t.co/Jc6cRBvfw4
Immelt on Alstom: “We remain confident that this deal will get approved around the world…We will only do a deal that is good for investors”
GE revises Alstom synergy estimate from $1.2B in est. synergies to $3B http://t.co/inXR4nercu
@JeffImmelt begins presentation to investors at the EPG Conference; reaffirms 2015 framework http://t.co/inXR4nercu
An #Airbus passenger #jet with 3-D printed parts? Yup, it's here: http://t.co/CW69TJeTWv http://t.co/v7HLhrw4r5
Read our 2014 Sustainability Report to see how far we've come in 10 years of @ecomagination. http://t.co/0VhDWaH8aN http://t.co/jDLfmFnd1s
Wind in the cloud? How the digital wind farm will lead to 20 percent more efficiency: http://t.co/Ymue1hMj3C http://t.co/aNXcLEkqJG
From @WIRED - The Tech That Makes GE’s New #Locomotive Its Cleanest Ever http://t.co/t4mJKGRRfm http://t.co/9wGinufqiD
Space-age #ceramics are revolutionizing jet engines: http://t.co/lljxp33Oaq http://t.co/7sfyaLDNbf
years of work by stubborn scientist yields exotic ceramic that will save fuel, propel GE: http://t.co/TQGiMyoVek @AP http://t.co/gBD9Y46avm
GE has #3Dprinted a working jet engine, and taken it to 33,000 RPMs: http://t.co/Ez50wTWRlr via @qz #AvGeek http://t.co/TCqR7BmLoD
Is the future of #RenewablePower here in the form of a hybrid power plant? http://t.co/6ADzKBAFCv http://t.co/pxC0ZVtWVW
The U.S. Navy’s new Zumwalt class of stealth destroyers is redefining sea power: http://t.co/ReUfsriwPQ http://t.co/5Dgqhmf9kN
GE's #3Dprinted jet engine parts help stop ice accumulation: http://t.co/BZVrPl6zeD via @FortuneMagazine #avgeek http://t.co/pQ2wgh31sC
These #windturbines capitalize on slow wind: http://t.co/t5QLWiuTe3 http://t.co/nhQdNCpfhW
The first fully functional 3D-printed #JetEngine roared at 33,000 rotations per minute: http://t.co/D9oBCijIcW http://t.co/GZSpZvNlSr

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