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Fri, Jan 20 2017

Siemens gets first H-class turbine order from greater China

FRANKFURT, Jan 20 German industrial group Siemens received its first order from greater China for its flagship H-class gas turbine, its most powerful and efficient turbine.

Siemens chief does not expect to be put under pressure by Trump

SEEON, Germany Siemens chief Joe Kaeser said on Friday he does not expect the German engineering group to come under pressure from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

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.

Siemens not planning any more big software acquisitions: source

MUNICH German engineering group Siemens is not planning any more big purchases of industrial software makers, a person close to the company told Reuters.

Siemens is well placed to adapt business in U.S.: CEO

FRANKFURT German trains-to-turbines group Siemens is well placed to do business in the United States, regardless of whether President-elect Donald Trump backs fossil-fuels at the expense of renewable energy, its CEO told a newspaper.

Siemens is well placed to adapt business in U.S. - CEO

FRANKFURT, Nov 26 German trains-to-turbines group Siemens is well placed to do business in the United States, regardless of whether President-elect Donald Trump backs fossil-fuels at the expense of renewable energy, its CEO told a newspaper.

BRIEF-Siemens AG & U.S. startup LO3 Energy collaborate on blockchain microgrids

* Siemens & U.S. startup LO3 Energy to jointly develop microgrids that enable local energy trading based on blockchain technology Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

E.ON says CFO Michael Sen to move back to Siemens

DUESSELDORF, Germany Siemens has asked Michael Sen to return to its management board, just over a year after he left the engineering conglomerate to become the German power utility E.ON's finance chief, E.ON said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Atos/Siemens to invest more in joint venture innovation business

* The companies say they will further increase the funding of their joint innovation investment program by an additional 80 million euros ($85.79 million) to 230 million euros

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