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SAP SE (SAPG.DE)

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About

SAP SE (SAP) is a software and service provider. The Company offers enterprise application software. The Company operates through two segments: Applications, Technology & Services segment, and the SAP Business Network segment. The Applications, Technology & Services segment is engaged in the sale of software licenses, subscripti... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.82
Market Cap(Mil.): €115,479.40
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,228.50
Dividend: 1.25
Yield (%): 1.33

Financials

  SAPG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 31.35 45.68 16.80
EPS (TTM): 3.00 -- --
ROI: 10.54 14.26 11.92
ROE: 14.49 16.95 12.35

SAP chairman defends executive pay system

MANNHEIM, Germany SAP said on Wednesday its executive pay system was reasonable, defending management bonuses against the criticism of some shareholders.

May 10 2017

SAP chairman defends executive pay system

MANNHEIM, Germany SAP said on Wednesday its executive pay system was reasonable, defending management bonuses against the criticism of some shareholders.

May 10 2017

SAP narrowly wins shareholder backing after pay dispute

MANNHEIM, Germany SAP's supervisory board narrowly won the backing of shareholders at its annual general meeting on Wednesday after criticism of the German software company's executive pay.

May 10 2017

UPDATE 1-SAP narrowly wins shareholder backing after pay dispute

* SAP said it would improve remuneration system (Adds background, detail, shareholder comment)

May 10 2017

SAP narrowly receives shareholder endorsement

MANNHEIM, Germany, May 10 SAP's supervisory board only narrowly won backing from shareholders at the company's annual general meeting (AGM) on Wednesday following a revolt against the company's remuneration plans.

May 10 2017

SAP chairman Plattner open to extend contract beyond 2019

MANNHEIM, Germany SAP co-founder and supervisory board chairman Hasso Plattner said on Wednesday that he was willing to stay beyond 2019 when is current contract ends but that he would not sign up for a full 5-year term.

May 10 2017

SAP chairman defends executive pay system

MANNHEIM, Germany, May 10 SAP said on Wednesday its executive pay system was reasonable, defending management bonuses against the criticism of some shareholders.

May 10 2017

SAP targets $273.45 billion market cap in next years: CEO in memo

FRANKFURT SAP targets a 300-percent increase of its share price in the next few years and a market capitalization of more than 250 billion euros ($273.45 billion), Chief Executive Bill McDermott wrote in an internal e-mail seen by Reuters.

May 08 2017

Shareholder advisors challenge SAP board in row over pay

FRANKFURT Leading shareholder advisors have called on SAP investors to oppose the supervisory board of Europe's largest technology company in a dispute over management pay.

May 06 2017

Shareholder advisors challenge SAP board in row over pay

FRANKFURT, May 6 Leading shareholder advisors have called on SAP investors to oppose the supervisory board of Europe's largest technology company in a dispute over management pay.

May 06 2017

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