Energy General Electric CEO on the global water crisis Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Mar. 30, 2012 12:33PM EDT Last updated Friday, Mar. 30, 2012 7:41PM EDT Business reporter Shawn McCarthy talks to to Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric about how the company will capitalize on the world's water shortage Watch More Video: HSBC lions spark divisive LGBT debate in Hong Kong Qatari desert farmers make their own soil Trump says SoftBank to invest $50-billion in U.S. Apple Watch sales hit record Who has the best deals on high rate savings accounts? Monte Paschi rescue at risk after Renzi referendum Smartwatch sales struggle Pipeline denial murky for industry Hong Kong connects to China's booming tech sector Trump's Twitter outburst makes investors nervous Markets shrug off Renzi defeat Starbucks' CEO transition unlikely to disrupt growth US Army refuses North Dakota pipeline permit U.S. jobless rate hits nine-year low McDonald's near deal to sell China stores Tips for smart charitable giving New British bank notes falls foul of vegetarians Bumper November for global factories but... OPEC deal a win-win? Trump to leave his business Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Energy Video: GE CEO on the company's market value Energy Video: Has GE Capital recovered from the recession?