GE Infrastructure

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GE Infrastructure was a subsidiary of General Electric, formed in 2005 as part of a company-wide reorganization under CEO Jeff Immelt, until it was split apart into GE Technology Infrastructure and GE Energy Infrastructure in another reorganization in 2008.[1] The president and CEO of GE Infrastructure, John G. Rice, was transferred to GE Technology Infrastructure.

When it was active, business units making up GE Infrastructure included:

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  1. ^ GE restructures, but investors still on edge