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- For GE, its 30 day story count is now at 21.
- Over the past 20 days, the trend for GE's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 6.
- ITT, SA and GAME are the most mentioned tickers in articles about GE.
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Below are the latest news stories about GENERAL ELECTRIC CO that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate GE as an investment opportunity.
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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration issued an alert on Thursday warning that unapproved parts might be installed in certain General Electric model CF6 jet engines, telling owners to inspect planes or inventories for the parts. The FAA says UK-based AOG Technics sold bushings for GE Model CF6 engines without having FAA approval. Jet engine maker CFM International said on Wednesday thousands of engine components may have been sold with forged paperwork by AOG Technics.