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Infineon Technologies AG (IFXGn.DE)

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18 Dec 2018
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Infineon CEO Sees No End Of 9 Pct Revenue Growth
Monday, 12 Nov 2018 

Nov 12 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::CEO SAYS THAT, WITH FULL ORDER BOOKS, WE HAVE LESS REASON TO WORRY THAN COMPETITORS.CEO SAYS THAT, SHOULD DEMAND UNEXPECTEDLY DECLINE, WE STAND READY TO ACT.CEO SAYS NO REASON TO BELIEVE THAT PHASE OF 9 PERCENT REVENUE GROWTH IS COMING TO AN END.  Full Article

Infineon Buys Siltectra For 124 Mln Euros
Monday, 12 Nov 2018 

Nov 12 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::BUYS SILTECTRA.AGREED PURCHASE PRICE OF 124 MILLION EUROS WITH VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTOR MIG FONDS.  Full Article

Infineon Buys Siltectra For 124 Mln Euros
Monday, 12 Nov 2018 

Nov 12 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::BUYS SILTECTRA.AGREED PURCHASE PRICE OF 124 MILLION EUROS WITH VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTOR MIG FONDS.  Full Article

Infineon Says Strong Order Books Reinforce Confidence In 2019 Outlook
Wednesday, 1 Aug 2018 

Aug 1 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::CFO SAYS STRONG ORDER BOOKS REINFORCE CONFIDENCE IN 2019 OUTLOOK.CFO CONFIRMS OUTLOOK FOR 10 PERCENT REVENUE GROWTH IN 2019 FISCAL.CEO SAYS DOESN'T EXPECT DECLINE IN AUTO OUTPUT; CONTENT IN EACH CAR IS MORE IMPORTANT AND IS RISING.  Full Article

Infineon CEO: sees 2017/18 revenue growth at 16 pct in dollar terms
Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018 

Jan 31 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::INFINEON CEO SAYS 2017/18 REVENUE GUIDANCE, EXPRESSED IN DOLLAR TERMS, IS AT A MID-POINT OF 16 PERCENT GROWTH.INFINEON CEO SAYS WE ARE RAMPING OUR 300 MM DRESDEN FAB AS FAST AS POSSIBLE TO MEET DEMAND.  Full Article

Airbus names new finance and operational leaders

PARIS, Nov 21 Airbus on Wednesday named the finance director of German chipmaker Infineon Technologies as its next chief financial officer to replace fellow German Harald Wihelm, who is due to step down next year.