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Philipp Halstrick

ECB policymakers at odds over ABS purchase plan

Oct 06 2014

FRANKFURT/PARIS The European Central Bank's unprecedented decision to use outside help for new asset purchases is stirring conflict among policymakers, highlighting the difficulty for the ECB of considering even more extreme policy action.

Deutsche Telekom unimpressed by Iliad bid for U.S. mobile unit - sources

Aug 04 2014

FRANKFURT Deutsche Telekom has serious doubts about the overall attractiveness of a bid by French telecom group Iliad for its U.S. mobile unit, despite lower regulatory hurdles than a rival offer, said two people close to the company.

Deutsche Telekom unimpressed by Iliad bid for US mobile unit: sources

Aug 04 2014

FRANKFURT Deutsche Telekom has serious doubts about the overall attractiveness of a bid by French telecom group Iliad for its U.S. mobile unit, despite lower regulatory hurdles than a rival offer, said two people close to the company.

Insider- Deutsche Bank prüft Vergleich im Kirch-Streit

Mar 27 2014

Frankfurt Die Deutsche Bank lotet einen neuen Anlauf zur Beilegung des Dauerstreits mit den Erben des Medien-Unternehmers Leo Kirch aus.

Exclusive: Deutsche Bank moves closer to settling Kirch dispute

Feb 19 2014

FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank is close to a 900 million euro deal to settle a dispute with the heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch, a move that would end an acrimonious courtroom battle that has dogged German's largest bank for more than a decade.

Exclusive - Deutsche Bank moves closer to settling Kirch dispute

Feb 19 2014

FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank is close to a 900 million euro deal to settle a dispute with the heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch, a move that would end an acrimonious courtroom battle that has dogged German's largest bank for more than a decade.

Germany considers sale of Deutsche Telekom shares

Feb 05 2014

FRANKFURT The German government is considering selling shares in Deutsche Telekom to cash in on the stock's 45-percent rise over the past year, two people familiar with the matter said.

Germany considers sale of Deutsche Telekom shares

Feb 05 2014

FRANKFURT The German government is considering selling shares in Deutsche Telekom to cash in on the stock's 45-percent rise over the past year, two people familiar with the matter said.

Germany mulls sale of Deutsche Telekom shares - sources

Feb 05 2014

FRANKFURT The German government is considering selling shares in Deutsche Telekom to cash in on the stock's 45-percent rise over the past 12 months, two people familiar with the matter said.

Ackermann feared suicide would thwart Zurich performance drive

Sep 02 2013

FRANKFURT Josef Ackermann resigned because he saw the suicide of Zurich Insurance Group's finance chief curbing his ability to drive through change to revive profits, a source close to the former chairman said on Sunday.

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