General Electric took another step in its digital transformation Monday, breaking ground on its new Boston headquarters and promising to help transform the state's economy.
"This town is going to be one of the most important cities in the world, and GE can be part of that renaissance," GE CEO Jeff Immelt said at the morning ceremony also attended by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh.
GE was attracted to Boston because it's a hotbed of innovation with a deep talent pool, company Vice President Ann Klee said.
"We've named this campus GE's Innovation Point because this isn't going to be your grandmother's headquarters," she...