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The General Electric Company, or GE (NYSEGE), is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in the State of New York.[5] The Company operates through five segments: Energy Infrastructure, Technology Infrastructure, NBC Universal (NBCU), Capital Finance and Consumer & Industrial.[6] In 2010, Forbes ranked GE as the world's second largest company, based on a formula that compared the total sales, profits, assets, and market value of several multinational companies.[7] The company has 304,000 employees around the world.

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