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Case study on GE and Honeywell

this presenttation shows why the merger didn't took place between the two giants of USA.

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Case study on GE and Honeywell

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  2. 2. Founding Members Thomas edition Elihu Thomson Edwin Houston  General Electric was formed by the 1892 merger Edison General Electric Company Thomson- Houston Electric Company GE
  3. 3. Aircraft Engine Home appliance Gas fired generator Steam generator Apart from this they also provide leasing service for aircraft Which comes under the head of GECAS
  4. 4.  Background Mark C. Honeywell • Honeywell founded in 1906 by Mark C. Honeywell. • Honeywell and AlliedSignal merger in 1999 Honeywell Inc. AlliedSigna l Inc. Honeywell Internation al Inc.
  5. 5. 3D Weather Radar 3D Weather Radar Turbo charger Truck brakes Security surveillance Air purifier Sensing and control There are many more product in his arsenal
  6. 6. Global Rank Sales Rank Country Name 1 10 US Citigroup finance 2 8 US General Electric 3 31 US American Intl Group / insurance 99 96 UK Prudential/insurance 100 133 US United Technologies / aerospace 101 110 US MetLife / insurance 218 230 US Cisco Systems / computers 219 176 US Honeywell / / aerospace 220 46 IT Fiat / automobiles Failed after 8 months Didn’t took a start As per 2001 data
  7. 7. 1st attempt by United Technology Corporation(UTX) On 20th,October 2000, at $50-51 a share. 2nd attempt by the GE on October 22, at $55 a share. ($42 billion Merger) Michael R. Bonsignore, CEO Honeywell international Inc. Jack Welch, CEO GE
  8. 8. Coveted divest Honeywell’s helicopter engine business.
  9. 9. Commissioned under Mario Monti Theory of bundling Wanted to protect the competitors and customers. Divestitures some parts of either the avionics or leasing businesses.
  10. 10. On Wednesday, June 13, merger failed. Jack Welch do not agree with the demand of EU EU do not agree with the negotiation of welch
  11. 11. The issue also brought to light transatlantic differences in anti-trust laws. This raised important questions about the viability of companies seeking approval from various agencies around the world before taking major decisions.

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    Dec. 1, 2016
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    Jul. 31, 2018

this presenttation shows why the merger didn't took place between the two giants of USA.

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