It was one of the world’s most valuable companies … But a series of bad business decisions and change in leadership led to General Electric’s steep decline. Thomas Gryta, author of Lights Out: Pride, Delusion, and the Fall of General Electric, joins host Charles Mizrahi to talk about the figures and controversies that ended GE’s reign as America’s most powerful corporation.
Thomas Gryta is a Wall Street Journal reporter and author. He covers the latest on General Electric as well as various industrial conglomerates.
In addition, Gryta co-authored Lights Out (below), with Ted Mann. Their book follows one of America’s most iconic companies, General Electric, and its fall from grace. This gripping story serves as a cautionary tale of what can happen when businesses lose direction.
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