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If we had not bought the Czech coal business, it would not exist today.
PG&E recently invested $60 million in California's top owner of rooftop solar panels, angled for solar power beamed down by satellite, and is pursuing megawatts generated by tidal currents and ocean waves.
Three Tuck faculty members found themselves in an ongoing conversation about the future of financial regulation.
His Japanese friends call him an old-fashioned American. "You have had only one job and one wife," they say.
Catching up with the triathlete, father of two, and president and founder of nuun, makers of a successful sports hydration drink.
By keeping a close eye on risks and exerting the discipline to pull back from fast-buck temptations, Williams built a loyal client base and ultimately trumped more speculative investors.
In an article for the Harvard Business Review, co-authored with GE chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt D'78 and Tuck professor Chris Trimble T'96, Govindarajan describes how GE is making the radical shift to a new model.