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Thyssenkrupp could open books to Liberty Steel in early Dec: sources

25 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Thyssenkrupp could give Britain's Liberty Steel access to the books of its steel unit as soon as next week, three people familiar with the matter said.

Thyssenkrupp slashes another 5,000 jobs to 'stop the bleeding'

19 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp plans to cut another 5,000 jobs to stem losses across its sprawling empire, it said on Thursday, after reporting its operations were 1.6 billion euro ($1.9 billion) in the red in the latest financial year. | Video

"Es tut weh, das anzusehen" - Thyssenkrupp bleibt im Krisenmodus

19 Nov 2020

Düsseldorf/Frankfurt Thyssenkrupp will nach Milliardenverlusten nun auch mit einem größeren Stellenabbau das Ruder herumreißen.

Bund und NRW sprechen mit Krisenkonzern Thyssenkrupp über Hilfen

13 Nov 2020

- von Tom Käckenhoff und Christian Kraemer und Christoph Steitz

Insider - Thyssenkrupp-Chefin lotet Wasserstoff als Wachstumsstory aus

13 Nov 2020

Düsseldorf/Frankfurt Auf der Suche nach einer guten Story für Investoren hat Thyssenkrupp-Chefin Martina Merz Insidern zufolge das milliardenschwere Zukunftsgeschäft mit Wasserstoff im Visier.

Exclusive: Thyssenkrupp could change tack and keep hydrogen champion Uhde - sources

12 Nov 2020

DUESSELDORF/FRANKFURT Embattled conglomerate Thyssenkrupp is reviewing ways to keep its electrolysis unit Uhde as demand for large-scale production of hydrogen is expected to increase, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

E.ON sees faster market recovery, keeps 2020 outlook

11 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF E.ON , Germany's largest energy firm, on Wednesday said markets recovered faster than expected from the coronavirus crisis and kept its 2020 forecast.

UPDATE 2-E.ON sees faster market recovery, keeps 2020 outlook

11 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, Nov 11 E.ON, Germany's largest energy firm, on Wednesday said markets recovered faster than expected from the coronavirus crisis and kept its 2020 forecast.

UPDATE 2-Siemens Energy drops most coal business following spin-off

10 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT, Nov 10 Siemens Energy, which builds steam turbines for power plants, will no longer take on new business to supply coal-fired powered stations, it said on Tuesday, making it the latest firm to scale back fossil fuel-related operations.

Cost savings in Thyssenkrupp-SSAB deal could surpass $590 mln-sources

06 Nov 2020

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Germany's Thyssenkrupp and Sweden's SSAB could reap more than 500 million euros ($593 million) in annual cost savings if they agree on a steel tie-up, three people close to the negotiations said.

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