General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE US) missed Wall Street’s sales expectations for the fourth quarter as it grappled with worsening supply-chain pressures, a stumble for Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp as he readies a plan to break up the conglomerate. Revenue in the period slipped to $20.3 billion, GE said Tuesday in a statement, below the $21.4 billion average of analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg.