- General Electric reports first-quarter operating earnings per share of 34 cents.
- Analysts were expecting EPS of 33 cents.
- GE Capital earnings rise 10% sequentially.
There's a lucrative reason General Electric isn't turning its back on light bulbs completely.
Barclays: Even bearish earnings forecasts support an optimistic outlook for the changing company.
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