English v. General Electric English v. General Electric, was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that state-law claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress is not pre-empted by the En...
GE Aerospace GE Aerospace was a business group of General Electric.
GE College Bowl College Bowl was a format of college-level quizbowl run and operated by College Bowl Company, Incorporated.
GE Honda Aero Engines GE Honda Aero Engines LLC (or GE Honda) is a Cincinnati, Ohio based joint venture between GE Aviation and Honda Aero.
GE Inspira GE Inspira is a typeface developed by Michael Abbink around 2002 for the new visual identity system of the General Electric Company.
GE True GE True is an American anthology series sponsored by General Electric.
GE Wind Energy GE Wind Energy is a branch of GE Energy, a subsidiary of General Electric.
General Electric General Electric, or GE, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in Schenectady, New York and headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut in the United States.
General Electric EdgeLab edgelab (typically expressed with a leading lowercase "e") is an applied academic research lab, established in 2000 as a partnership between General Electric and the University of Connecticut.
General Electric Everett Plant General Electric Everett Plant, formerly known as Air Force Plant 28, was a plant operated by General Electric from 1941 into the 1980s in Everett, Massachusetts.
General Electric Realty Plot The General Electric Realty Plot, often referred to locally as the GE Realty Plot or just The Plot, is a residential neighborhood in Schenectady, New York, United States.
General Imaging General Imaging is a manufacturer of digital cameras headquartered in Torrance, California, established in 2007 by Hiroshi "Hugh" Komiya, a former executive of Olympus Corporation.
GEnie GEnie (General Electric Network for Information Exchange) was an online service created by a General Electric business - GEIS (now GXS) that ran from 1985 through the end of 1999.
Global Infrastructure Partners Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is a multinational private equity firm headquartered in New York City, United States which specialises in infrastructure investments in the energy, tra...
Horizons (Epcot) Horizons was the name of a dark ride attraction at Epcot (then known as EPCOT Center), a theme park at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida USA. Located on the eastern side of the "Fut...
John F. Welch Technology Centre The John F. Welch Technology Centre, is the formal name of the GE Global Research and Technology Development site located in Whitefield, Bangalore.
Lexan Lexan is a registered trademark for SABIC Innovative Plastics' (formerly General Electric Plastics) brand of a thermoplastic polycarbonate.
Mazda (light bulb) Mazda was a trademarked name registered by General Electric in 1909 for incandescent light bulbs.
Nela Park Nela Park is the headquarters of GE Lighting, and is located in East Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Net Promoter Net Promoter is a management tool that can be used to gauge the loyalty of a firm's customer relationships.
Net promoter Net promoter score is a management tool that can be used to gauge the loyalty of a firm's customer relationships.
Real-Time Multiprogramming Operating System Real-Time Multiprogramming Operating System (RTMOS) was a process control operating system developed in the 1960s by General Electric that supported both real-time computing and multiprogr...
River Works River Works, formerly known as Air Force Plant 29, is a plant of General Electric's aviation division located in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Six Sigma Six Sigma is a set of tools and strategies for process improvement originally developed by Motorola in 1985.
The C.G.E. Show The C.G.E. Show was a Canadian television series which aired on CBC Television on September 8, 1952 to June 14, 1959.
The General Electric Concert The General Electric Concert was a music series sponsored by General Electric and broadcast on the NBC Red Network beginning in 1931.
Thomas Edison Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman.
Trivection oven The Trivection oven is a convection microwave created by General Electric, which combines radiant heat, convection and microwaves for customized cooking.
United States v. General Electric Co. United States v. General Electric Co. is a 1926 decision of the United States Supreme Court holding (per Chief Justice Taft) that a patentee who has granted a single license to a competitor ...
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress The Carousel of Progress is an attraction located at the Magic Kingdom Park at the Walt Disney World Resort, currently operating under the name Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress.
Wellstream Wellstream Holdings plc is a British company which designs and manufactures flexible pipeline systems for the oil and gas industry.