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Tue, Jun 18 2019

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Siemens to cut 2,700 jobs at gas and power unit

BERLIN Siemens plans to cut 2,700 jobs at its gas and power company, in addition to 10,400 it is already shedding in its core units, the German engineering firm said on Tuesday.

Siemens to cut 2,700 jobs at gas and power unit

BERLIN Siemens plans to cut 2,700 jobs at its gas and power company, in addition to 10,400 it is already shedding in its core units, the German engineering firm said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Siemens to cut 2,700 jobs at gas and power unit

BERLIN, June 18 Siemens plans to cut 2,700 jobs at its gas and power company, in addition to 10,400 it is already shedding in its core units, the German engineering firm said on Tuesday.

Siemens sells aerospace startup to Rolls-Royce

FRANKFURT, June 18 Siemens struck a deal to sell its in-house startup Siemens eAircraft to Rolls-Royce for an undisclosed sum, it said on Tuesday.

Siemens receives 1 bln euro order from Russian Railways

FRANKFURT Siemens on Friday said RZD Russian Railways had placed an order for 13 high-speed Velaro trains under a contract worth 1.1 billion euros.

Russian Railways, Siemens and Sinara sign 1.1 billion euro train deal: ifax

ST PETERSBURG Russian Railways (RZhD) signed a 1.1 billion euro deal on Friday with Germany's Siemens and Russia's Sinara Group to buy 13 high-speed "Sapsan" trains and 30 years worth of servicing for the trains, RZhD said on Friday.

Russian Railways, Siemens and Sinara sign 1.1 bln euro train deal - ifax

ST PETERSBURG, June 7 Russian Railways (RZhD) signed a 1.1 billion euro deal on Friday with Germany's Siemens and Russia's Sinara Group to buy 13 high-speed "Sapsan" trains and 30 years worth of servicing for the trains, RZhD said on Friday.

Exclusive: FBI targets Johnson & Johnson, Siemens, GE, Philips in Brazil graft case - Sources

RIO DE JANEIRO The U.S. FBI is investigating corporate giants Johnson & Johnson, Siemens AG, General Electric Co and Philips for allegedly paying kickbacks as part of a scheme involving medical equipment sales in Brazil, two Brazilian investigators have told Reuters.

UPDATE 2-Siemens wins over investors with spin-off plan, industrial profit

* Shares gain nearly 4 percent after results, spin off (Rewrites, adding CEO comments, background, share price)

Siemens CEO says aim of overhaul is for sound and strong company

MUNICH Siemens' decision to separate and spin off its struggling gas and power business is intended to strengthen the group's remaining businesses, Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said on Wednesday.

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