Electrolux reports Q4 loss after failed bid for GE

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish home appliance maker Electrolux says it fell to a 393 million kronor ($46.1 million) loss in the fourth quarter from a 970 million kronor profit a year earlier after it failed in its bid for General Electric Co.’s appliance business.

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