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U.S. SEC charges former SAP America executive with insider trading

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday accused a former SAP SE executive and three others of insider trading based on a tip he supplied about an impending merger.

U.S. SEC charges former SAP America executive with insider trading

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday accused a former SAP SE executive and three others of insider trading based on a tip he supplied about an impending merger.

UPDATE 2-U.S. SEC charges former SAP America executive with insider trading

June 16 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday accused a former SAP SE executive and three others of insider trading based on a tip he supplied about an impending merger.

BRIEF-SAP names president to lead team offering solutions for SMBS

* Appointed Barry Padgett as SAP's new president of SAP Business One, SAP Anywhere, and SAP Business ByDesign teams, effective July 1, 2016

BRIEF-Castlight Health announces strategic agreement with SAP

* Says SAP has purchased 4.76 million shares of newly issued Class B common stock in castlight health

SAP teams up with Apple to bring SAP's HANA to iOS

Apple Inc is taking another step into the corporate computing world by partnering with SAP to develop apps that run the German company's widely used business software on smartphones and tablets, the two companies said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Apple partners with SAP for apps to run SAP's business planning software on smartphones, tablets

* Apple to partner with SAP to develop apps that run SAP's business planning software on smartphones and tablets Further company coverage:

SAP Q1 profit after tax rises 9 pct, keeps 2016 outlook

FRANKFURT, April 20 Europe's largest software company SAP said on Wednesday first-quarter profit after tax rose 9 percent to 763 million euros ($867 million) and reiterated its full-year outlook, citing a strong order pipeline across its portfolio.

SAP quarterly results fall short as U.S. market slows

FRANKFURT Europe's largest software company, SAP , warned late on Friday that first-quarter results would be weaker than expected due to slower sales of software licenses to corporate customers, particularly in Brazil and the United States.

UPDATE 2-SAP quarterly results fall short as U.S. market slows

* Q1 underlying operating profit up 5 pct, short of mean forecast

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