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Thu, Nov 9 2017

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Continental CFO eyes business from EU's emissions push

BERLIN Germany's Continental bets that the European Union's "ambitious" car-emissions targets may boost demand for its own technology, finance chief Wolfgang Schaefer said.

Continental eyes strong fourth quarter as electric-car push boosts orders

BERLIN Germany's Continental expects "strong" profit and sales in the fourth quarter as carmakers' accelerating embrace of electric and self-driving technologies boost orders at the core automotive business.

UPDATE 1-Continental eyes strong Q4 as electric-car push boosts orders

* Convincing future prospects thanks to EV push -analyst (Adds CFO and analyst comments, detail on orders and shares)

Continental eyes strong Q4 profit, sales

BERLIN, Nov 9 Germany's Continental expects "strong" profit and sales in the fourth quarter after third-quarter core earnings rose less than expected, leading the automotive supplier to keep its full-year outlook.

Continental, Osram to launch joint venture in 2018 -sources

MUNICH, Nov 6 Germany's Continental and Osram plan to set up a joint venture next year to develop lighting products for the automotive industry, sources told Reuters on Monday.

Germany's Continental buys Israeli auto cyber firm Argus

HAMBURG/FRANKFURT Germany's Continental AG said on Friday it was buying Israel's Argus Cyber Security, whose technology guards connected cars against hacking.

UPDATE 1-Germany's Continental buys Israeli auto cyber firm Argus

* Media has reported it would pay about $400 mln (Adds further details on Argus)

Germany's Continental buys Israeli autos cyber firm Argus

FRANKFURT, Nov 3 Germany's Continental AG said on Friday it was buying Israel's Argus Cyber Security, whose technology guards connected cars from hacking.

Continental in talks to buy Israeli autos cyber firm Argus: reports

TEL AVIV/BERLIN Germany's Continental AG is in advanced talks to buy Israel's Argus Cyber Security, whose technology guards connected cars from hacking, for about $400 million, Israeli media reported on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Continental in talks to buy Israeli autos cyber firm Argus -reports

TEL AVIV/BERLIN, Oct 30 Germany's Continental AG is in advanced talks to buy Israel's Argus Cyber Security, whose technology guards connected cars from hacking, for about $400 million, Israeli media reported on Monday.

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