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GE to study shore in latest clean-up step for NY's Hudson River

- General Electric Co has agreed to conduct a study of shoreline contamination of New York's Hudson River, the company's latest step in an extensive clean-up effort of toxic chemicals it dumped into the waterway decades ago.

GE to study shore in latest clean-up step for NY's Hudson River

Oct 1 - General Electric Co has agreed to conduct a study of shoreline contamination of New York's Hudson River, the company's latest step in an extensive clean-up effort of toxic chemicals it dumped into the waterway decades ago.

GE inks more than $500 million power equipment order with Exelon

- General Electric Co said on Monday it has won an order worth more than $500 million to provide power-generating equipment to U.S.-based Exelon Corp , including four of GE's highest efficiency gas turbines.

GE inks more than $500 mln power equipment order with Exelon

Sept 29 - General Electric Co said on Monday it has won an order worth more than $500 million to provide power-generating equipment to U.S.-based Exelon Corp , including four of GE's highest efficiency gas turbines.

Alstom seeks transport deals beyond GE signaling unit

BERLIN - Alstom's purchase of General Electric's rail signaling unit is "a fantastic deal" for the French train maker, which will continue to seek acquisitions in this field, the head of Alstom Transport said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Alstom seeks transport deals beyond GE signaling unit

* Alstom Transport keen for cross-shareholdings with partners (Adds executive comments, context)

Alstom-GE rail signalling deal to close in Q2 2015 -executive

BERLIN, Sept 23 - Alstom's purchase of General Electric's rail signalling unit is expected to close in the second quarter of next year, at the same time as a broader deal with GE on power, the head of the French group's transport unit said on Tuesday.

Siemens splurges $7.6 billion on Dresser-Rand in U.S. shale market bet

FRANKFURT - Germany's Siemens AG has agreed to buy U.S. oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand Group Inc for $7.6 billion in cash, paying a relatively rich price to belatedly beef up its presence in the U.S. shale oil and gas industry. | Video

WRAPUP 5-Siemens splurges $7.6 bln on Dresser-Rand in U.S. shale market bet

* Siemens shares down 0.4 percent (Adds financial, legal advisers in last paragraph)

WRAPUP 2-Siemens in agreed $7.6 bln deal to buy Dresser-Rand

(Adds details on cash reserves, GE, Sulzer, previous deals)

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