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General Electric ’s aviation business is ready to fly solo. It might be a harder journey than simplicity-loving investors would like to think.

On Tuesday, GE said it would split into three companies, the culmination of a yearslong process of selling business lines including financial services, locomotives and domestic appliances. GE will retain its jet-engine division, which accounted for a third of sales last quarter, while spinning off its healthcare and power ones.

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