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Orange SA (ORAN.PA)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Orange SA Files For Potential Debt Shelf Offering; Size Not Disclosed
Tuesday, 12 Dec 2017 02:53pm EST 

Dec 12 (Reuters) - Orange Sa ::ORANGE SA FILES FOR POTENTIAL DEBT SHELF OFFERING; SIZE NOT DISCLOSED - SEC FILING.  Full Article

Orange CEO Richard says board to decide on his renewal as board member on Feb. 20, 2018
Thursday, 7 Dec 2017 07:30am EST 

Dec 7 (Reuters) - Orange ::ORANGE CEO RICHARD SAYS GROUP BOARD WILL DECIDE ON HIS RENEWAL AS BOARD MEMBER ON FEB. 20, 2018.ORANGE REVIEWS DIFFERENT OPTIONS TO LAUNCH BANKING SERVICE IN SPAIN, INCLUDING ACQUIRING A LOCAL BANK-CEO.ORANGE HAS TEST PROJECTS TO DISTRIBUTE ELECTRICITY IN POLAND, AFRICA-CEO.ORANGE CEO SAYS THERE IS NO OTHER CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIM AT THIS STAGE AT THE BOARD.  Full Article

Orange is ready to buy back shares from French state-CEO
Thursday, 7 Dec 2017 06:00am EST 

Dec 7 (Reuters) - Orange Sa ::ORANGE CEO STEPHANE RICHARD SAYS GROUP READY TO EXAMINE BUYING BACK SOME OF THE SHARES OWNED BY FRENCH STATE.ORANGE CEO RICHARD EXPECTS ALTICE TO CHANGE ITS INVESTMENT STRATEGY ON MEDIA CONTENT, FIBRE ROLL-OUT IN FRANCE, GIVEN ITS CURRENT TROUBLES.ORANGE CEO SEES "LESS FRONTAL COMPETITION" BETWEEN OPERATORS ON CONTENT IN FRANCE, POSSIBLE PARTNERSHIPS WITH FRENCH RIVALS ON CONTENT.ORANGE CEO SAYS READY TO LOOK INTO POSSIBLE "WIN-WIN" PARTNERSHIPS ON CONTENT, FIBRE IN FRANCE.ORANGE CEO SEES "VERY, VERY FEW" POSSIBLE PAN-EUROPEAN MERGERS BETWEEN LARGE TELECOMS OPERATORS, SAYS CONDITIONS NOT MET YET FOR SUCH MERGERS.  Full Article

Orange Polska reaches agreement with trade unions on voluntary redundancies
Wednesday, 6 Dec 2017 01:34am EST 

WARSAW, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Orange Polska ::Polish unit of France's Orange <<>> says it reached an agreement with trade unions for 2018-2019, which envisages that 2,680 employees will be able to choose voluntary redundancies .The agreements also provides for the possibility to increase basic salaries by 2.5 percent in both 2018 and 2019, as well as additional compensation for employees who reach retirement age.Orange Polska also says that the agreement envisages the limit of employees who can choose the voluntary redundancy option next year at 1,450 .  Full Article

Orange Marine signs partnership agreement with Euro-Argo‍​
Friday, 6 Oct 2017 05:03am EDT 

Oct 6 (Reuters) - ORANGE SA :ORANGE MARINE SIGNS PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH EURO-ARGO‍​.  Full Article

Netflix says co and Orange renewed agreement for distribution of Netflix for Orange TV customers in France‍​
Thursday, 14 Sep 2017 08:24am EDT 

Sept 14 (Reuters) - Netflix Inc :Netflix Inc says co and Orange renewed agreement signed in 2014 for distribution of Netflix for Orange TV customers in France‍​.Netflix Inc says co and Orange also have expanded their partnership to all countries in which Orange Group is present.Netflix Inc says Netflix will be offered to Orange Poland customers in coming months as part of its TV offers; other launches will follow in 2018.  Full Article

Altarea Cogedim and Credit Agricole Assurances announce they were chosen by Orange for new headquarters in Issy-Les-Moulineaux ‍​
Monday, 4 Sep 2017 08:57am EDT 

Sept 4 (Reuters) - ALTAREA SCA ::ALTAREA COGEDIM AND CRÉDIT AGRICOLE ASSURANCES CHOSEN BY ORANGE FOR ITS NEW HEADQUARTERS IN ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX ‍​.PROJECT TO BE DELIVERED IN SUMMER 2020‍​.  Full Article

Orange's Polish unit sees 2017 EBITDA at 2.8-3.0 bln zlotys
Monday, 4 Sep 2017 07:00am EDT 

Sept 4 (Reuters) - Orange Polska SA ::Orange Polska, the Polish unit of France's Orange <<>>, sees adjusted EBITDA at 2.8-3.0 billion zlotys ($842 million) in 2017, the company said on Monday. .Orange Polska, which is Poland's largest telecoms operator, sees its adjusted EBITDA stable y/y in 2018 and growing in subsequent years..Sees capital expenditure at 2.0-2.2 billion zlotys in 2018 and 2019 and at around 2 billion zlotys in 2020. .Sees revenues stable in 2019 and growing in subsequent years. .In July, Orange Polska reported its second-quarter net profit rose to 71 million zlotys, while revenues slipped to 2.84 billion zlotys. nL5N1KH5EB.For 2016, Orange Polska booked a net loss of 1.75 billion zlotys because of an impairment on its fixed assets and thus did not pay out a dividend in 2017. nL8N1FY5W4.  Full Article

Orange has no information on possible change of state holdings in the group-CEO
Thursday, 27 Jul 2017 05:35am EDT 

July 27 (Reuters) - Orange :Orange has not received any information so far about the potential change of the 23 percent controlling stake held by the French government in the company, chief executive Stephane Richard says."We have no information as of today about the state's intentions regarding its stake in Orange. We are prepared, no matter what happens, but it's clearly premature to evoke any scheme or structure that might exist," Richard said in conference call with reporters. .  Full Article

Orange to review strategic plan and capex policy in the fall-CEO
Thursday, 27 Jul 2017 04:13am EDT 

July 27 (Reuters) - Orange :Orange CEO Stephane Richard says group will hold investor day in fall to review its 2020 strategic plan and capital expenditures policy.."We are now launching a lean capex initiative to further improve the cost efficiency of our investments," Richard said, referring to the investor day..Orange is on track to achieve deployment of its fibre network in France in mid-dense areas, Richard says.Orange does not plan to buy sport rights and will not bid for the rights of France's national soccer tournament, Richard says.  Full Article

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Regulator slaps conditions on D.Telekom all-you-can-watch video product

FRANKFURT Germany's regulator ordered Deutsche Telekom on Friday to offer an all-you-can-watch video product on the same terms throughout the European Union, in a decision the company slammed as "incomprehensible", saying it would appeal.