Here’s a confluence of interests: General Electric needs a canal, and so does New York.
But while New York is doing what it can to help GE achieve what it wants, the company seems to have no such concern for what New York needs.
GE, though, isn’t the only one at fault here. Adding to the company’s outward dismissal of its responsibility for the holdup in dredging of the Champlain Canal is the government’s virtual silence on the matter. In that vacuum, GE and its public relations operation have been left to dominate the conversation. Read the whole article here.