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Wed, Jul 19 2017

Dutch firm TomTom's bet on services business starts paying off

Dutch digital mapping company TomTom beat second quarter expectations as strong performance at its automotives and licensing businesses partly offset weakness in its consumer products division, mainly wearable devices.

UPDATE 1-Dutch firm TomTom reduces revenue outlook as wearable devices drag

July 19 Dutch digital mapping company TomTom reduced its full-year sales expectations on Wednesday after reporting lower-than-expected hardware revenues due to disappointing sports product sales.

TomTom Q2 profit falls as demand for consumer products weakens

July 19 Digital mapping company TomTom said on Wednesday its adjusted net profit in the second quarter fell 10 percent, with an ongoing decline in sales of consumer products only partly offset by growth in other services.

BRIEF-Tomtom Q2 net loss 160.1 million euros versus profit of 12.2 million euros year ago

* TOMTOM NV - ‍INTENDS TO REPURCHASE ORDINARY TOMTOM SHARES FOR AN AMOUNT UP TO EUR 50 MILLION​

BRIEF-Bernd Leukert nominated as supervisory board member of TomTom

* BERND LEUKERT NOMINATED AS SUPERVISORY BOARD MEMBER OF TOMTOM

BRIEF-Tomtom is developing lane level traffic technology with Cisco

* IT IS DEVELOPING ULTRA-FAST LANE LEVEL TRAFFIC TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTING AUTONOMOUS DRIVING AND SMARTER MOBILITY

TomTom, Baidu to collaborate on maps for computer-assisted driving

AMSTERDAM TomTom NV, the Dutch maker of navigation software for cars, on Wednesday said it had struck a deal with Chinese internet company Baidu to collaborate on digital maps used for computer-assisted driving.

TomTom, Baidu to collaborate on maps for computer-assisted driving

AMSTERDAM, July 5 TomTom NV, the Dutch maker of navigation software for cars, on Wednesday said it had struck a deal with Chinese internet company Baidu to collaborate on digital maps used for computer-assisted driving.

BRIEF-Tomtom and Baidu to develop unified HD maps for autonomous driving

* TOMTOM AND BAIDU JOIN FORCES TO DEVELOP UNIFIED HIGH DEFINITION MAPS FOR AUTONOMOUS DRIVING

BRIEF-TomTom ‍extends TomTom traffic to Eastern Europe and Middle East​

* ‍EXTENDS TOMTOM TRAFFIC TO COUNTRIES FROM EASTERN EUROPE AND MIDDLE EAST​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

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