Viewsroom: GE goes for breakup; COP not out yet

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Technicians build LEAP engines for jetliners at a new, highly automated General Electric (GE) factory in Lafayette, Indiana, U.S. on March 29, 2017. Picture taken on March 29, 2017. REUTERS/Alwyn Scott

ZURICH, Nov 11 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Though Larry Culp’s move to separate the U.S. industrial conglomerate into three parts marks the end of an era, the decision was inevitable, John Foley argues. And the UN climate do kicks off its second week with one step backward. George Hay and Rob Cox check in from Glasgow.

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