News: ThyssenKrupp AG (TKAG.DE)

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Mon, Dec 8 2014

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ThyssenKrupp buys UK elevator service business

FRANKFURT - ThyssenKrupp bought UK-based Lift & Engineering Services Ltd (LES) for an undisclosed sum as part of its strategy to grow its business with high-margin elevator maintenance.

ThyssenKrupp buys UK elevator service business

FRANKFURT, Dec 8 - ThyssenKrupp bought UK-based Lift & Engineering Services Ltd (LES) for an undisclosed sum as part of its strategy to grow its business with high-margin elevator maintenance.

Thyssen CEO says sale of submarine unit possible: Sueddeutsche

FRANKFURT - ThyssenKrupp would consider a sale of the group's military submarine business under certain conditions, the German steel maker's chief executive told daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

Thyssen CEO says sale of submarine unit possible -Sueddeutsche

FRANKFURT, Nov 22 - ThyssenKrupp would consider a sale of the group's military submarine business under certain conditions, the German steel maker's chief executive told daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

ThyssenKrupp restarts dividend as turnaround takes hold

ESSEN Germany - Germany's biggest steelmaker ThyssenKrupp is resuming dividend payments a year earlier than expected, signalling confidence in a turnaround with the promise of a modest payout for shareholders after it beat profit forecasts. | Video

UPDATE 3-ThyssenKrupp restarts dividend as turnaround takes hold

* Dividend resumed at 0.11 euros per share vs Reuters poll average of zero

European shares hit by weak euro zone manufacturing data

* FTSEurofirst 300 down 0.4 pct, Euro STOXX 50 0.7 pct lower

UPDATE 1-ThyssenKrupp extends CEO's contract until 2020

* ThyssenKrupp seen posting first profit in 4 years (Adds chairman comments, background)

ThyssenKrupp Italian workers injured in clash with police

* Workers marched in capital to protest 550 planned job cuts

Italy PM Renzi meets workers from loss-making steel plant

FLORENCE Italy - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Sunday met workers from German industrial group ThyssenKrupp's Italian stainless steel plant, where 550 jobs are due to be cut.

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