WASHINGTON—General Electric (GE) has no plans to sell its market-leading aircraft leasing unit, GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), despite a slew of potential bidders, the troubled industrial giant’s relatively new chief executive said Jan. 31. “GECAS is one business that we get inbounds on with some frequency,” GE Chairman and CEO Larry Culp told financial analysts during a teleconference on quarterly results. “But frankly, we get inbounds on everything but ...

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