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Siemens proposes former SAP boss Snabe as next chairman

MUNICH, Germany Top European engineering group Siemens proposed former SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe as its next chairman ahead of its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.

Siemens proposes former SAP boss Snabe as next chairman

MUNICH, Germany, Feb 1 Top European engineering group Siemens proposed former SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe as its next chairman ahead of its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.

SAP eyes share buybacks while ruling out new mega-deals

WALLDORF SAP will consider initiating share buybacks but plans to keep a lid on big acquisition deals, its chief executive said on Tuesday, saying that the German software company was confident that currently available merger targets were overpriced.

SAP eyes share buybacks while ruling out new mega-deals

WALLDORF, Jan 24 SAP will consider initiating share buybacks but plans to keep a lid on big acquisition deals, its chief executive said on Tuesday, saying that the German software company was confident that currently available merger targets were overpriced.

Some Siemens board members want Snabe as chairman: Manager Magazin

FRANKFURT Some influential members of Siemens' supervisory board favor former SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe to replace Chairman Gerhard Cromme in 2018, German monthly Manager Magazin reported, citing company sources.

SAP CFO confident on 2016 profit goal, signals higher dividend

FRANKFURT SAP, Europe's most valuable technology company, is confident it will hit its 2016 profit target based on its order portfolio in the all-important fourth quarter and sees no obstacle to raising its dividend, Luka Mucic, the company's chief financial officer, said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-SAP ups 2016 operating profit guidance, expects strong fourth quarter

* Q3 operating profit up 1 pct at 1.64 bln vs 1.69 bln expected

SAP raises low end of 2016 operating profit outlook range

FRANKFURT, Oct 21 Europe's biggest software company SAP on Friday raised the lower end of its 2016 operating profit forecast range after software licenses held up in what the company called a "strong" quarter.

BRIEF-NNIT announces partnership with SAP to collaborate on IDMP

* Says will introduce tailored, innovative solutions intended to secure successful IDMP compliance within authority timeliness Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

SAP to invest 2 bln euros in Internet of Things by end 2020

FRANKFURT, Sept 28 Europe's biggest software maker SAP has earmarked 2 billion euros ($2.2 bln) for investments in products that help companies to connect everything from washing machines to cars to the Internet.

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