Joe Kaeser

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The Siemens Gamesa logo is displayed outside the company headquarters in Zumudio, near Bilbao, Spain, November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent West

Siemens, Europe’s largest industrial conglomerate, plans to list its €40bn medical solutions division in Frankfurt, setting the stage for Germany’s la(...)

Siemens chief executive Joe Kaeser pushing ahead with broader changes in the structure of the company.

Siemens AG is planning to cut about 6,900 jobs and close at least two sites as Europe’s biggest engineering company attempts to turn around its strugg(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel holds a 3D printed figurine of herself at the Hannover Messe trade fair. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz/AFP

In numbers: Bank holiday bliss 4 Number of UK-wide bank holidays that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party wants to add: St David’s Day, St George’s Day, St(...)

Some German companies are holding off making investments in Britain until they know more about the post-Brexit relationship the country will forge with the rest of Europe. Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

A rise in German imports outstripped a modest gain in exports in June, data showed on Tuesday, narrowing the trade surplus as Europe’s largest economy(...)

Siemens raised its forecast for earnings per share for the full year to between €6.50 and €6.70 compared with the previous range of between €6 and €6.40. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

Siemens, Europe’s biggest engineering company, raised its earnings outlook for the year after posting higher-than-expected third-quarter profit and a (...)

The BMW i8 Futurism Edition: the company’s shares fell  1.9 per cent. Photograph: Joerg Koch/Getty Images

European stocks slid to their lowest in almost four months as investor anxiety that the UK will leave the European Union deepened.  The Stoxx Eu(...)

Joe Kaeser, chief executive officer of Siemens: “The biggest economic damage from these attacks is on confidence and confidence is a crucial element in this phase.”  Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Heightened political risk in Europe is damping companies’ investment plans and fuelling concerns about a global growth slowdown, the head of Europe’s(...)

European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager:  the  European Commission has approved Siemens’s planned $7.6 billion acquisition of Dresser-Rand. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

The European Commission approved Siemens’s planned $7.6 billion acquisition of Dresser-Rand after deciding that the deal won’t hamper competition in t(...)

Half of the new job cuts will come in Germany Photograph: Reuters

German industrial group Siemens posted a slightly larger-than-expected 5 per cent drop in quarterly industrial profit as a weak result at its digital(...)

A Siemens logo is pictured at an office building of Siemens  in Munich. Siemens plans to cut about 7,800 jobs, about 2 percent of its global workforce. Photo: Reuters

Siemens plans to cut about 7,800 jobs, about 2 percent of its global workforce, as chief executive officer Joe Kaeser needs to slash costs at Europe’s(...)

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