News: Siemens AG (SIEGn.DE)
10 Mar 2014
Thu, Mar 6 2014
FRANKFURT, March 6 - German engineering and services group Bilfinger said on Thursday it had formed a joint venture for facility services with Siemens and China's Beijing International Technology Cooperation Center (BITCC).
BOSTON, Feb 26 - Cape Wind said on Wednesday it has secured $600 million in financing for its proposed $2.5 billion wind power farm off the Massachusetts coast, and expects to have the rest locked up by the end of the third quarter.
FRANKFURT, Feb 21 - Daimler AG on Friday said former Volkswagen Chief Executive Bernd Pischetsrieder and Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser have been proposed to join the Stuttgart-based auto and truck maker's supervisory board.
PARIS - Electrical gear maker Schneider Electric said on Thursday it was shifting its focus to making its existing business more efficient after a decade-long acquisition spree that has seen the group triple in size.
FRANKFURT, Feb 18 - Germany's Deutsche Bahn has put on hold its high-speed Frankfurt-London rail project after delivery delays on Siemens' ICE trains and will focus now on routes to Brussels and Paris, a top manager at the state-owned firm said.
PARIS - Cash-hungry engineering firm Alstom may use a stock market listing to sell a stake in its transport business as early as June if a trade buyer cannot be found sooner for the maker of France's iconic high-speed trains, its transport chief said.
MUNICH - Siemens shareholders told Chief Executive Joe Kaeser they expected him to deliver radical change at the German engineering group that will permanently close the gap with more profitable rivals.
LONDON - German engineering group Siemens extended its lead over Danish wind turbine rival Vestas last year, growing its market share in the European offshore wind sector to 60 percent, industry figures showed on Tuesday.
LONDON, Jan 28 - German engineering group Siemens extended its lead over Danish wind turbine rival Vestas last year, growing its market share in the European offshore wind sector to 60 percent, industry figures showed on Tuesday.
MUNICH, Jan 28 - Siemens shareholders told Chief Executive Joe Kaeser they expected him to deliver radical change at the German engineering group that will permanently close the gap with more profitable rivals.
- Unify Appoints Bill Hurley as Chief Marketing Officer
- Global Workforce Initiative, Siemens Expand Strategic Partnership to Train More Students for Entry-Level Positions
- Siemens Proud to Partner with UI Labs for Next-Generation Innovation and Manufacturing Hub Announced by President Obama
- Minnesota Power chooses Siemens for 205-MW Bison 4 wind power project in the U.S.
- Siemens Healthcare Launches CareXcell™ for Sustainable Population Health Management
- Siemens makes $66.8M Software Grant to Cincinnati State Technical and Community College to Educate and Train Workers for Manufacturing Industry
- Unify Appoints Steve Shanck to Lead North American Region
- New Amtrak Locomotives Ready for Service and Set to Power Northeast Economy
- Siemens Awarded Turbine Order for Windthorst-2 Wind Power Plant
- Siemens Wins Turbine Order and Service Contract for 79 Wind Turbines in Texas