- 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.
If history is any help, stocks tend to inch higher on George Washington's birthday.
As leaders in the United States and Canada announce plans to team up on promoting women in business, corporate America's performance in gender diversity remains a mixed bag.
Get ready, investors. An activist campaign may be coming to Procter & Gamble.