ROUNDUP 2 / The way to the majority at T-Mobile US: Deal advances Telekom
BONN – Deutsche Telekom
ROUNDUP: Fight for Zooplus – With KKR another interested party appears
MUNICH / NEW YORK – To Zooplus
IAA / ROUNDUP: CEOs call for support with climate protection
MUNICH – At the International Motor Show IAA Mobility on Tuesday, corporate bosses demanded more political support for the change to climate-neutral transport. Volkswagen
ROUNDUP: Salzgitter again increases profit forecast – share increases
SALZGITTER – The Salzgitter steel group
ROUNDUP / Lufthansa: clarify state aid repayment with the Merkel government
FRANKFURT – Lufthansa boss
IPO / ROUNDUP2: Language learning provider Babbel aims to go public this year
BERLIN – The e-learning platform Babbel is planning to be listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The IPO should take place this year, the company announced on Tuesday in Berlin. The offer “presumably” includes new shares from a capital increase with a targeted gross issue proceeds of around 180 million euros. In addition, an over-allotment option will be provided by “certain selling shareholders”.
ROUNDUP / Despite moving trains: No movement in the rail tariff conflict
BERLIN – After more than five days of strike by the train drivers’ union GDL, train traffic at Deutsche Bahn is almost completely restored, according to Deutsche Bahn. “In long-distance traffic, with a few exceptions, all trains are running according to schedule,” the company announced on Tuesday afternoon. The S-Bahn in the regions of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt have been running without restrictions since the morning. Regional traffic in densely populated areas such as North Rhine-Westphalia, Bavaria, Hesse and Baden-Württemberg is also fully available again.
Munich Re wants to further expand cyber insurance despite high losses
MUNICH – The reinsurer Munich Re
Works council salaries too high? – VW HR managers fight back
BRAUNSCHWEIG – The accused Volkswagen
Dekabank also posted growth in fund sales in the third quarter
FRANKFURT – After a jump in profit in the first half of the year, Dekabank continues to do good business. In terms of sales of funds and certificates, the positive trend continued in the third quarter, said CEO Georg Stocker, according to the speech on Monday evening in Frankfurt. “Despite the summer vacation, we signed around 120,000 new securities savings plans in July and August, that is over 720,000 net in the first eight months.” The savings banks’ securities house now manages more than 6.5 million savings plans.
-Danish bed dorm will be called Jysk like the Danish mother
-Low domestic flights: German air traffic is recovering more slowly
-IAA: Opponents of the auto show abseil off highway bridges
-ROUNDUP: Uniform logo to make animal welfare products more attractive in the EU
-IAA: Federal Office calls for ‘crash test’ for cyber security in cars
– Pharmaceutical company Dermapharm nearly doubles profits
-IPO / ROUNDUP: Bertelsmann plans to go public for the Majorel service business
-US streaming giant Roku comes onto the German market °
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