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As in Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Hackett promises to cut costs by $14B as he pivots production towards electric vehicles with significantly fewer mechanical components.


As in GE shares have fallen 20.8% this year, the worst performance of all 30 stocks in the DJIA and probably why retiring CEO Jeff Immelt left sooner than initially announced.


As in 189 companies mentioned “machine learning” during their 3Q earnings calls, a new high according to Bloomberg.


“We’re definitely seeing that tighter labor markets are causing wages and salaries to gradually go up.”
–Fed Governor Eric Rosengren after September’s strong jobs report

“I think what you heard the President say was that Puerto Rico is going to have to figure out a way to solve its debt problem.”
–WH Budget Director Mick Mulvaney backtracking Mr. Trump’s comments about writing down the island’s municipal debt


“You had goalies who were basically wearing cardboard.”
–Hockey historian Liam Maguire after four NHL players scored hat tricks in separate games on the same night, something which hasn’t happened in over 100 years.