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Thu, Sep 22 2016

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom says restructures German business

* Says Ferri Abolhassan takes on newly created role of director of service transformation

Deutsche Telekom restructures German business: source

FRANKFURT Deutsche Telekom will restructure its German business in consumer, business, service and technical units, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

Deutsche Telekom restructures German business - source

FRANKFURT, Sept 22 Deutsche Telekom will restructure its German business in consumer, business, service and technical units, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom to issue U.S. dollar bonds

* Other terms are to be determined Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom to issue U.S. dollar bond

* Says bonds to mature after 3, 5 and 7 years Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UPDATE 1-Deutsche Telekom denies report it is considering restructuring

FRANKFURT, Sept 6 Deutsche Telekom has denied a newspaper report it is considering restructuring options including thousands of job cuts at its German business, a review of holdings in eastern Europe and Greece and a partial sale of subsidiary T-Systems.

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom denies report on possible restructuring

Sept 6 Deutsche Telekom spokesman in e-mailed statement

Deutsche Telekom mulls job cuts, T-Systems sale - Handelsblatt

FRANKFURT, Sept 6 Deutsche Telekom is considering options including thousands of job cuts at its German business, a review of its holdings in eastern Europe and Greece and a partial sale of its subsidiary T-Systems, German daily Handelsblatt reported.

Deutsche Telekom second-quarter in line as U.S. makes up for German investments

FRANKFURT Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday second-quarter core profit rose 8.6 percent as its U.S. operations compensated for heavy network upgrade investments in Germany.

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom sees mobile service revenues up by avg 1 pct

* CFO says has recorded positive contract customer trend for two consecutive quarters in Netherlands

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