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AMS Enters Into Business Combination Agreement With Osram
AMS AG Announces Start Of Acceptance Period For New Takeover Offer For Osram
AMS Aims For Osram Board Representation Adequate To Its Shareholding - Osram
ams AG is an Austria-based company active in the semiconductors industry. It designs and produces integrated analog microchips and offers services and consulting in the areas of power management, sensors, sensor interfaces and mobile entertainment. The Company provides its products and services to customers in the communications, industrial, medical technology and automotive markets. The Company divides its activities into two business segments: Products and Foundry. The Products business segment consists of Consumer and Communications, Industry and Medical, as well as Automotive market areas and manufactures sensors, such as complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) sensors for environmental data. The Foundry business segment comprises the Full Service Foundry area that offers contract manufacture of analog integrated circuit (IC) technologies. The Company operates subsidiaries in Europe, the United States, Japan, India, China, Korea and the Philippines.
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Hans Joerg Kaltenbrunner
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The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
Osram <OSRn.DE> urged shareholders to back a $5 billion takeover bid from Austria's AMS <AMS.VI> and said it would cut costs and not pay a dividend as it posted a loss for the fiscal year ending in September, hit by a downturn in the auto industry.
German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> has urged its shareholders to back a $5 billion takeover bid from Austria's AMS <AMS.VI> after a previous offer at the same price failed last month to win enough backing to proceed.
* OSRAM CEO SAYS HEADWINDS WILL CONTINUE IN Q1, SEE STABILISATION LATER IN THE YEAR
The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Tuesday:
Osram urged shareholders to back a $5 billion takeover bid from Austria's AMS and said it would cut costs and not pay a dividend as it posted a loss for the fiscal year ending in September, hit by a downturn in the auto industry.
* LODGED A COMPLAINT WITH GERMAN COURT AGAINST FINANCIAL REGULATOR BAFIN AFTER IT APPROVED NEW AMS OFFER FOR OSRAM Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
AMS <AMS.S> launched a renewed $5 billion takeover bid for Osram <OSRn.DE> on Thursday, hoping its latest offer would convince investors with a lower acceptance rate and concessions to the German lighting group's management and trade unions.
German finance watchdog Bafin has approved AMS's renewed $5 billion takeover bid for Osram , kicking off another four-week offer period in which investors of the German lighting group can tender their shares, AMS said on Thursday.
Germany's finance watchdog Bafin is likely to decide next week whether to approve Austrian sensor maker AMS's <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> new takeover offer for Osram <OSRn.DE>, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
In takeovers, minority investors are often treated like the slaves of their acquiring masters. Not in Germany. M&A rules in Europe’s biggest economy, centred around ominously named “domination agreements”, indeed feature a strong hint of masochism. But as Austrian chipmaker...
Austrian sensor maker AMS <AMS.S>, still has its sights on German lighting firm Osram <OSRn.DE> but is aiming to seal a cooperation agreement before remounting its bid for an all-out takeover, CEO Alexander Everke said on Tuesday.
Austrian sensor maker AMS hopes to agree a cooperation agreement with Germany's Osram before it launches a new takeover offer for the much bigger lighting group, its Chief Executive said on Tuesday.
Apple <AAPL.O> supplier AMS <AMS.S> beat expectations with a 41% jump in third-quarter revenue on Tuesday and forecast further strong demand for its optical sensors from smartphone makers as it takes aim at a takeover of German lighting maker Osram <OSRn.DE>.
Sensor specialist AMS reported third-quarter sales above its own guidance and a threefold increase of its operating profit thanks to strong demand from smartphone makers.
The Swiss blue-chip SMI was seen opening 0.3% higher at 9,994 points on Monday, according to premarket indications from bank Julius Baer .
The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Monday:
Austria's AMS <AMS.S> faces opposition to its 4.5 billion euro ($5 billion) takeover bid for German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> from powerful shop stewards at the target company.
Austria's AMS <AMS.S> plans to launch a new takeover bid for German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> at the same price but lowering the acceptance rate to 55%, to make its vision of becoming a global leader in sensors and lights come true.
Austrian sensor company AMS launched a new takeover bid for Germany Osram Licht , offering 41 euros a share and setting a lower minimum acceptance threshold of 55% for the deal to go through.
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