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Thu, Sep 15 2016

BRIEF-Mad Catz reports sale of Saitek Simulation product line to Logitech

* Mad Catz announces sale of Saitek Simulation product line to Logitech

BRIEF-Logitech acquires Saitek Simulation product line from Mad Catz

* Acquired Mad Catz interactive's Saitek(REG) brand, Saitek line of flight, space simulation game controller assets for $13 million in cash

BRIEF-Logitech CEO says confident company can reach new raised guidance

* Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell tells Reuters his company is benefiting from growth in most categories, regions

Logitech shares jump after raises outlook

* Logitech International shares rise more than 8 percent after the company lifted its outlook for sales and operating income following better-than-expected financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2017.

BRIEF-Logitech international Q1 Shr from cont ops $0.13

* Accelerates with best retail sales growth in over five years, up 13%

Logitech CEO upbeat amid smartphone slowdown: CNBC

ZURICH Swiss-American technology accessories maker Logitech could benefit from a slowdown in the smartphone market, Chief Executive Bracken Darrell said on Thursday after it reported its best annual retail sales growth in five years.

Logitech CEO upbeat amid smartphone slowdown - CNBC

ZURICH, April 28 Swiss-American technology accessories maker Logitech could benefit from a slowdown in the smartphone market, Chief Executive Bracken Darrell said on Thursday after it reported its best annual retail sales growth in five years.

BRIEF-Logitech International says Q4 sales $431 million

* Logitech delivers best annual retail sales growth in five years

SEC sets penalties in two corporate fraud cases

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced two fraud cases alleging that accounting failures left investors in the dark about the finances of computer accessories maker Logitech International SA and now-defunct electric car battery maker Ener1 Inc.

SEC sets penalties in two corporate fraud cases

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced two fraud cases alleging that accounting failures left investors in the dark about the finances of computer accessories maker Logitech International SA and now-defunct electric car battery maker Ener1 Inc.

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