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GE plans to separate its healthcare business in the first week of January 2023.

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According to a statement released by the industrial company on Monday, General Electric (NYSE:GE) is planning to complete the spinoff of its healthcare sector within the first week of 2023.

In the first week of January 2023, General Electric (NYSE:GE) intends to sell the business, which from that point on will be known as GE HealthCare. The move is contingent on receiving final approval from the board of directors and meeting any other usual criteria.

In addition, the conglomerate has announced the appointment of eight new directors, all of whom would serve on the board of the intended independent firm. Peter Arduini, the current CEO of the company, together with other leaders from Honeywell International (HON) and Amazon Web Services, has joined the team as new members.

Since January 2022, Mr. Arduini has been serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Healthcare Business of General Electric (NYSE:GE). In conjunction with the separation, Arduini will be given the role of president and CEO of the newly formed GE HealthCare.

General Electric (NYSE:GE) announced in November 2021 that it intended to split into three publicly traded firms that would concentrate on the energy, healthcare, and aviation industries to simplify its corporate operations and lower its debt.

Since then, there has been a lack of workers and equipment, which has led to a decline in the value of the company’s shares. General Electric’s (NYSE:GE) profits have also been driven down by its renewable energy division, which has underperformed due to regulatory uncertainty.

Recent robust demand for GE Healthcare’s medical equipment and services has contributed to the company’s outstanding performance in recent quarters. General Electric (NYSE:GE) aims to maintain 19.9% ownership of the company’s healthcare operation. Its sales for the first half of the year climbed 1% year on year to $8.88 billion.

Shortly before 12 o’clock noon Eastern Time, General Electric (NYSE:GE) stock was trading 2% higher.

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