General Electric is looking less and less the great American conglomerate.
Over the past few years, GE has shed businesses worth hundreds of billions of dollars as it focuses on its higher-margin industrial units. On Monday, GE announced it will be focusing on just three units going forward: health care, power and aviation. That means pulling back from another $20 billion in businesses over the next few years, including its lighting and transportation units.
Here is a look at some of the businesses GE has already gotten out of.