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Lanxess CEO not a candidate for Thyssenkrupp CEO job: source

FRANKFURT Lanxess Chief Executive Matthias Zachert is not available to become CEO of Thyssenkrupp , a source familiar with the matter said, ending speculation that he could replace interim CEO Guido Kerkhoff.

UPDATE 1-Lanxess CEO not a candidate for Thyssenkrupp CEO job-source

* Shortens list of potential candidates (Adds context on CEO search, Thyssenkrupp)

Cevian may seek second Thyssenkrupp director seat: sources

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Investor Cevian may seek a second seat on Thyssenkrupp's supervisory board as the conglomerate's stakeholders seek consensus over restructuring measures, leadership and strategy, two people familiar with the matter said.

UPDATE 1-Cevian may seek second Thyssenkrupp director seat -sources

* Says common strategic vision is required -source (Recasts, adds detail from sources, context)

UPDATE 1-Salzgitter sees import pressure after U.S. tariffs, shares fall

* Shares indicated 3.1 pct lower in pre-market trade (Recasts, adds shares, context)

Thyssenkrupp needs new strategy, targets not enough: investor

DUESSELDORF Thyssenkrupp needs a broad overhaul in strategy carried about by a new external chief executive, as mid-term targets announced this week will not be enough to put the German group back on track, according to one of its investors.

Thyssenkrupp needs new strategy, targets not enough - investor

DUESSELDORF, Aug 11 Thyssenkrupp needs a broad overhaul in strategy carried about by a new external chief executive, as mid-term targets announced this week will not be enough to put the German group back on track, according to one of its investors.

Thyssenkrupp CEO sees job cuts as part of overhaul: FAZ

BERLIN Germany's embattled industrial group Thyssenkrupp expects job cuts as part of an overhaul of its operations, daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) reported, citing an interview with the top executive.

CORRECTED-Thyssenkrupp CEO sees job cuts as part of overhaul -FAZ

BERLIN, Aug 9 Germany's embattled industrial group Thyssenkrupp expects job cuts as part of an overhaul of its operations, daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) reported, citing an interview with the top executive.

Thyssenkrupp's targets draw only lukewarm market response

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Crisis-hit Thyssenkrupp , looking for a new CEO and chairman, on Thursday set out mid-term profit margin targets for its four divisions but activist investors are likely to demand a more substantial turnaround plan. | Video

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