With its recent struggles, it's safe to call General Electric (GE - Get Report) a flickering bulb

General Electric GE posted weaker-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 but noted solid sales over the period that helped shares higher in pre-market trading. TheStreet's London Bureau Chief Martin Baccardax breaks it down here: General Electric Beats Q4 Sales, Misses on Earnings Amid Uneven Culp Turnaround'

CEO Larry Culp took over the helm at GE  in 2018, he told investors "Our strategy is clear: de-leverage our balance sheet and strengthen our businesses, starting with Power," said CEO  Culp. "To do this, we are improving execution, customer focus, and how we set priorities across GE." 

Culp has his hands full. Can he turn things around for GE? Watch the above Behind the Label, TheStreet's new video series that takes a closer look at CEO Larry Culp.

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