General Electric is moving its headquarters to Boston, part of an effort to transform itself into an industrial company for the digital era.
Since the financial crisis, G.E. has reduced its once-huge finance business to concentrate on its industrial lines. But those products, like jet engines, rail locomotives and power turbines, are loaded with sensors and rely on software. G.E. has steadily built up its software business and declared i...
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