GE acknowledges 2015 as one of the most successful business years in its history while recognizing CEO’s leadership contribution. Jeffrey Immelt, chairman and CEO of GE, has received $33 million compensation in total for 2015 which is 11.5% lower than the previous year. The compensation package has been disclosed through a regulatory filing with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
General Electric Co (GE.N) on Monday pledged to invest $2 billion in Africa by 2018 to boost infrastructure, worker skills and access to energy, an announcement timed to coincide with a U.S. summit meeting of nearly 50 African leaders.
General Electric Co Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt has asked private investors to pour more funds in African nations where government-run services have been strained, Bloomberg reported.