GE Taps Healthcare Again For New Group Head
GE Healthcare CEO John Flannery is taking over from Jeff Immelt as head of GE and replacing Flannery is Kieran Murphy. Current GE CFO Jeff Bornstein has also been promoted to vice-chair.
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