After being one of the original 12 companies listed on the the newly formed Dow Jones Industrial Average back in 1896, GE was removed from the Dow on June 19, 2018 after more than 100 years.
But it wasn't so long ago that GE was the belle of the ball.
Ge was incorporated back in 1892, after acquiring all the assets of the Edison General Electric Company, which was founded by Thomas Alva Edison, and has created everything from toasters to refrigerators to airplanes.
Most recently, GE has made headlines for issuing 2019 guidance that left investors wondering if Larry Culp can flip the switch on the stock.
The History of General Electric
1897: Incandescent Electric Light
1906: Voice Radio Broadcast
1927: Television tested in several New York homes
2010: LED Bulbs created
Since its creation, GE has been behind many of the products that have shaped our everyday lives.
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