GE Invests $400 Million in #Albany Area, Opens 1,400 #Jobs, Gets New York #Innovation Award
New York’s Center for Economic Growth recognized GE yesterday as an important innovator who is contributing to a “robust and viable future” of the region surrounding New York’s capital, Albany. Thomas Edison moved the company’s machine works to the area in 1886. It remains a critical hub for GE research, innovation and manufacturing, supporting GE businesses and customers in the U.S. and around the world.
Read more at GE Reports.