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Adecco Group AG (ADEN.S)

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Wed, Nov 15 2017

BRIEF-Adecco issues $300 mln 4-year notes with 2.625 pct coupon​

* Says ‍adecco group successfully issues usd 300 million notes​

UPDATE 2-Adecco's Q3 earnings miss forecasts as company cuts brands

* Shares fall nearly 2 percent in early trade (Adds CEO comments, analysts, share price reaction)

BRIEF-Adecco CEO says Brexit uncertainty hitting hiring in UK

* Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze tells Reuters he is positive about prospects for global hiring

Adecco's 3Q earnings miss forecasts as charges hit

ZURICH, Nov 7 Adecco reported worse-than-expected earnings during its third quarter on Tuesday as the world's largest staffing company was hit by a big non-cash writedown in the value of its trademarks.

Adecco buys career transition firm Mullin

ZURICH Adecco , the world's biggest staffing group, has acquired privately held outplacement firm Mullin International, the Swiss company said on Tuesday, providing no financial terms.

Adecco buys career transition firm Mullin

ZURICH, Oct 3 Adecco, the world's biggest staffing group, has acquired privately held outplacement firm Mullin International, the Swiss company said on Tuesday, providing no financial terms.

Adecco will keep dividend at least steady: CEO

ZURICH Adecco, the world's largest staffing group, will keep its dividend at least steady given its strong cash generation, Chief Executive Alain Dehaze told investors on Friday.

Adecco will keep dividend at least steady - CEO

ZURICH, Sept 22 Adecco, the world's largest staffing group, will keep its dividend at least steady given its strong cash generation, Chief Executive Alain Dehaze told investors on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Adecco targets faster growth as global economy recovers

ZURICH, Sept 22 Adecco Group is investing in digital technology to make it more attractive to employers seeking flexible workers, the world's largest staffing company said on Friday, as it targets faster growth as the global economy recovers.

Adecco targets faster growth as global economy recovers

ZURICH, Sept 22 Adecco's organic revenues increased by 6 percent in the July and August, the world's largest staffing company said on Friday, with September continuing at the same pace.

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