Siemens AG (SIEGn.DE)
23 Jun 2017
SAO PAULO The billionaire owners of Uruguay's Mega Pharma SA have hired Jefferies LLC to explore alternatives for Latin America's No. 4 pharmaceutical company, which could include debut bond and stock offerings, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
* Siemens ag - siemens provides University of South Carolina with technology grant valued at $628 million Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
MOSCOW, June 16 Russia has disclosed for the first time it has been looking to install equipment made by German firm Siemens in two new power plants in Crimea, a project that has been beset with difficulties because of European trade sanctions.
* Says co and Siemens collaborate for industrial IOT on Mindsphere Source text: [TCS and Siemens today unveiled a new collaboration around Internet of Things (IoT) innovation. Siemens MindSphere and TCS solutions will enable customers to explore new models that capitalize on IoT innovation and realize the opportunities presented by the digital economy.] Further company coverage:
MEXICO CITY Siemens said on Monday it plans to replace some U.S. plastic and steel used at its nine Mexican factories with locally sourced products over the next decade, in a bid to help strengthen businesses in Latin America's No. 2 economy.
FRANKFURT Siemens is seeing the first signs of success from a turnaround of its underperforming medical ultrasound business, the chief executive of Siemens Healthineers said on Monday.
FRANKFURT, May 15 Siemens is seeing the first signs of success from a turnaround of its underperforming medical ultrasound business, the chief executive of Siemens Healthineers said on Monday.
FRANKFURT Siemens announced plans on Thursday to cut 1,700 jobs in Germany, or around 1.5 percent of the workforce in its home country, and transfer another 1,000 positions as part of an efficiency drive.
* Says to hire 9,000 employees in Germany over same period (Adds details on job cuts, board member quote)
FRANKFURT, May 11 German engineering group Siemens announced plans on Thursday to cut 1,700 jobs in Germany over several years and transfer another 1,000 positions as part of an efficiency drive.