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Corporate takeovers in the tech sector and earnings news were some of the catalysts behind the most actively traded stocks on Monday.
Shares of Tellabs surged 19 percent Monday, after a financial news Web site reported the U.S. telecommunications equipment maker was entertaining a $7 billion bid by a joint venture of Nokia and Siemens.
Continental Chief Executive Manfred Wennemer will have to play the German card to get key support from German unions to buy conglomerate Siemens' automotive electronics unit VDO.
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German car parts maker Continental and Blackstone Group with its TRW Automotive Holdings are set to submit bids for VDO, the automotive unit of Siemens, people familiar with the situation said on Wednesday.
Nokia said Klaus Kleinfeld, the president and chief executive of Siemens, has resigned from the board of Nokia Siemens Networks, as of July 1.
Telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks said Friday that it appointed Eric Simonsen as chief financial officer, effective June 1.
Siemens supervisory board chairman Gerhard Cromme is considering selling some of the company's businesses in a bid to increase share value and thwart any threats of a hostile takeover, Der Tagesspiegel said, citing board sources.
The supervisory board of German engineering conglomerate Siemens announced Sunday it has tapped Peter Loescher as its new CEO as the company struggles to improve an image tarnished by corruption.
Two former Siemens officials were convicted Monday of bribery and assisting bribery for their involvement in multimillion-dollar payments to officials at an Italian utility.
Foreign stocks have outpaced the U.S. for the past five years. But analysts say investors can still find good opportunities in select foreign companies and U.S. multinationals that do substantial business overseas.
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German industrial conglomerate Siemens will set higher profitability targets for most of its businesses to reach by 2010, it said on Thursday, a day after Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld resigned.
Siemens Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld will leave the scandal-hit group when his contract expires at the end of September, the company said on Wednesday, deepening its leadership crisis.
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Siemens' outgoing supervisory board chairman, who is departing amid corruption scandals at the company, said in an interview published Sunday that he knew nothing about alleged improper payments during his time at the helm and is leaving with his "head held high."
The board chairman of German industrial giant Siemens said Thursday he was stepping down and hoped that a successor could steer the scandal-plagued company into "calmer waters."
Nokia Siemens Networks, which began operations on April 1, said Monday it expects "very slight" market growth in 2007, downgrading earlier estimates by the two companies that formed the joint venture.
A board member of Siemens was arrested Tuesday in connection with an investigation of alleged payments to the head of a tiny labor union, the company said.
Two former managers of German industrial group Siemens denied charges of breach of trust and bribery but acknowledged making payments to employees of Italy's Enel to secure gas-turbines contracts.