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Mon, May 11 2015


Greek anti-austerity protesters occupy Siemens office in Athens

ATHENS - A small group of demonstrators occupied the Athens headquarters of German industrial group Siemens on Monday, police and company officials said, in a protest against the austerity policies imposed on Greece by its lenders.

Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

May 8 - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:

Exclusive: Siemens to win unconditional EU approval for Dresser-Rand deal - sources

BRUSSELS - German industrial group Siemens is set to secure unconditional EU approval for its $7.6 billion bid for U.S. oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand , two people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Bombardier may eventually seek partnership for rail unit: CEO

MONTREAL - Bombardier Inc may in the long run take on a partner or investor in the rail unit it is preparing to take public as it decides how best to respond to rail industry consolidation, its chief executive officer said on Thursday.

Siemens to cut 4,500 more jobs, keep unprofitable units

MANNHEIM, Germany - German industrial group Siemens will cut a further 4,500 jobs as it battles to cope with subdued economic growth and weak demand from energy customers.

UPDATE 2-Siemens to cut 4,500 more jobs, keep unprofitable units

* Shares down more than 2 percent (Adds executive and fund manager comments, details)

Siemens misses profit expectations, cuts more jobs

FRANKFURT, May 7 - German industrial group Siemens fell short of market expectations with a 5 percent drop in quarterly industrial profit as an unexpectedly weak result at its digital factory unit compounded problems at its energy operations.

Siemens, regulator deny China bribery report

SHANGHAI - Siemens AG and China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC), a competition regulator, denied a Reuters report that the SAIC investigated the German group's healthcare unit and its dealers for "commercial bribery".

BRIEF-Taiwan's TSMC orders equipment from Siemens Ltd

Further company coverage: ($1 = 30.6810 Taiwan dollars) (Reporting by Hong Kong and Singapore newsrooms)

European Factors to Watch-Shares seen opening slightly higher

(Adds company news) LONDON, May 4 - Germany's DAX and France's CAC share indexes headed for a slightly higher open on Monday, catching up with gains in the U.S. market on Friday, when major European markets were closed for the May Day holiday. The UK market, which was open on Friday, is shut for business on Monday. At 0649 GMT, futures for Germany's DAX and France's CAC were up 0.4 percent and 0.2 percent respectively, while the Euro STOXX 50 futures were flat. U.S

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