Reform bill lets GE keep financing unit:

A Wall Street Journal analysis outlines the winners and losers of the regulatory reform bill passed by the House of Representatives. Among the biggest losers are large banks, hedge funds and the Office of Thrift Supervision, which would be abolished under the bill. General Electric came out ahead with a concession that would allow it to retain GE Capital. An earlier proposal probably would have required GE to sell the financial unit.

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