GE dropped from Dow Jones Industrial Average

By Jon Chesto of the Boston Globe

For General Electric, it’s one more indignity in a run of bad news: The Boston-based digital industrial giant has been dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the world’s most widely followed stock index.

GE was an original member of this exclusive club, when the industrial average was started in 1896.

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