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Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt on his controversial legacy: ‘I don’t want to hide’ – CNBC

Jeff Immelt gets personal with CNBC Make It about his controversial time leading General Electric, and what he’s been doing since.

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This story is part of the Behind the Desk series, where CNBC Make It gets personal with successful business executives to find out everything from how they got to where they are to what makes them get out of bed in the morning to their daily routines.
Jeff Immelt admits his 16-year run as CEO at General Electric was at best “controversial” after he left the storied company in 2017 drowning in debt with a crumbling stock value.
But instead of taking his more than $200 millionin retirement pay and…

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