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Bertelsmann confirms growth forecast of 20 billion eur in revenues
Thursday, 9 Jun 2016 07:01am EDT 

Bertelsmann SE & Co KgaA : Says aims for revenues of 20 billion euros and operating ebitda of 3 billion euros in long-term . Says in medium-term growth-intensive businesses should contribute to more than 40 pct of total revenues Further company coverage: [BTGGg.F] ((frankfurt.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +49 69 7565 1270;)).  Full Article

Bertelsmann gives FY 2016 outlook and FY 2020 sales outlook - Reuters
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2016 07:13am EDT 

Bertelsmann SE & Co KG aA:Bertelsmann continues to see growth in sales and core profit in FY 2016 and expects to reach 20 billion euros in sales by around FY 2020, up from 17.1 billion euros from its continuing operations in FY 2015 - Reuters.  Full Article

Bertelsmann invests in e-commerce service provider KartRocket
Monday, 18 Jan 2016 07:00pm EST 

Bertelsmann SE & Co KG aA:Is expanding its activities in the growth region of India by investing in the e-commerce service provider KartRocket.  Full Article

Bertelsmann bundles printing activities
Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015 07:00pm EST 

Bertelsmann SE & Co KG aA:Says bundles printing activities with 1.7 billion euros of annual sales.Says new corporate division comprises Bertelsmann’s worldwide offset and gravure activities.Says Axel Hentrei and Bertram Stausberg new co-CEOs, Ulrich Cordes CFO of Bertelsmann Printing Group.  Full Article

French publishers La Martiniere, Media-Participations hold merger talks

PARIS, Sept 21 French publishers La Martiniere Groupe and Media-Participations announced talks over a merger that could create a group with combined revenues of more than 560 million euros ($666 million), in the latest sign of consolidation in the industry.

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