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Old 07.12.2005., 03:54   #1
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Default Siemens d.d. (SMNS-R-A)

Siemens napokon u JDD kotaciju
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Iscrpljujuća pravna i proceduralna bitka između malih dioničara i uprave Siemensa trenutačno je u prvom poluvremenu u kojem su prednost stekli mali dioničari. Visoki trgovački sud poništio je iz proceduralnih razloga posljednju skupštinu dioničara, a sve se zapravo svodi na problem istiskivanja malih dioničara i cijenu od 278 kuna koju je ponudio Siemens.
Dioničarima je ta cijena nerealno niska jer iznosi gotovo polovicu godišnje dividende komapnije. Za tvrtku poput Siemensa povlačenje po sudu s malim dioničarima sve je neugodnije, a pogotovo ne može više ignorirati činjenicu da prema zakonu o JDD kotaciji ta tvrtka krši zakone zemlje u kojoj posluje. Naime, Siemens ima više od 100 dioničara i više od 30 milijuna kuna vrijednosti temeljnog kapitala, pa po zakonu mora uvrstiti dionice u burzovnu prodaju.

Iz izvora bliskih Siemensu dozanje se da je uprava ipak odlučila riješiti tu situaciju koja opterećuje ugled kompanije i dionice uvrstiti u JDD. Svi dokumenti već su predani Komisiji za vrijednosne papire i ubrzo će ta dionica osvanuti na nekoj od burzi. Mali dioničari, koji u squzee outu nisu uspjeli postići otkupnu cijenu od 1600 kuna, to su i htjeli kako bi dokazali da dionica na tržištu vrijedi znatno više.[/


Sad ćemo vidjeti koliko tržištu vrijedi ta dionica.
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Old 15.12.2005., 03:07   #2
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Ajde neka stoji ako kojim slučajem dođu na burzu.

SIEMENS: RAST PRIHODA I DOBITI


Simens je u poslovnoj godini zavšenoj 30. rujna 2005. prihodovao 1,57 milijardi kuna, 11 posto više nego lani te ostvario 10 posto veću bruto dobit od 113 milijuna kuna

Siemens je u protekloj poslovnoj godini, završenoj 30. rujna 2005., prihodovao ukupno 1,57 milijardi kuna, što je 11 posto više u odnosu na prethodnu poslovnu godinu kada je ostvaren prihod od 1,41 milijarde kuna, objavio je predsjednik Uprave Uwe Gregorius na konferenciji za novinare. Dobit prije oporezivanja i kamata (EBIT) porasla je za 10 posto, sa 102,5 na 113 milijuna kuna. Gregorius je ocjenu o uspješnoj godini za Siemens u Hrvatskoj podupro i podatkom o rast narudžbi za 20 posto, s lanjskih 1,37 milijardi kuna na ovogodišnjih 1,64 milijarde.
U 2005. investirano je 35,1 milijun kuna, najvećim dijelom u izgradnju i održavanje radnih mjesta i informatičku infrastrukturu. Zaposlena su nova 174 djelatnika, tako da je tvrtka na kraju poslovne godine imala 1245 zaposlenih ili 16 posto više nego krajem prethodne poslovne godine. U obrazovanje djelatnika uloženo je 11 milijuna kuna (+31 posto), a uz regionalne urede u Osijeku, Splitu i Rijeci otvoren je ured u Zadru. Gregorius je najavio i širenje na Istru.

U idućoj godini Siemens očekuje daljnje učvršćivanje pozicije na hrvatskom tržištu u područjima telekomunikacija, medicinskih i industrijskih rješenja i energetike. Poslovna očekivanja vezana su i uz reorganizaciju i informatizaciju administrativnih procesa u sklopu e-Government projekta što je, procjenjuju u kompaniji, za hrvatski Siemens veliki potencijal, zaključio je Gregorius.


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Old 03.03.2006., 15:31   #3
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Siemensu d.d. odobren prospekt za uvrštenje dionica u JDD kotaciju. Odobrenje bi mogao biti posljednji korak pred samo stvarno izlistavanje dionica Siemensa d.d. na jednu od domaćih burzi. Siemens je u poslovnoj godini koja je završila 30. rujna 2005. godine ostvario ukupne prihode u vrijednosti od 1,57 milijardi kuna, što je porast od 11% u odnosu na 1,41 mlrd kuna godinu dana ranije. Dobit prije oporezivanja i kamata (EBIT) iznosila je 113 milijuna kuna, što predstavlja porast od 10%. (Bankamagazin)

Na VSE već otprije ima neki Siemens. Koji je to pak Siemens?
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Old 03.03.2006., 15:33   #4
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Isti, samo je u slobodnom tržištu.
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Old 03.03.2006., 16:45   #5
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Pa kako je tako nelikvidna? Neshvatljivo.
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Old 03.03.2006., 17:50   #6
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Siemens selling off its Communications division
In the previous issue, we reported that Deutsche Bank had said that Siemens may exit its telecommunications division within the next year. Now articles in German press <http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/0,1518,401077,00.html> cite Siemens’ CEO Klaus Kleinfeld stating that Siemens wants to sell off the Communications division due to its low profitability.
Communications is Siemens’ largest division with 15% of total revenues, but the current profit level of 3.5% is far from the announced goal of an 8% profit margin by April 2007. The different businesses within Communications would therefore be sold off or brought into co-operations with other companies.
According to the articles, there have been long talks with Nokia about a JV involving Siemens’ Mobile networks and Fixed networks businesses. These talks however failed since Nokia was only interested in the profitable Mobile part and not in the unprofitable Fixed.
Similar talks are ongoing also for other parts of Communications, e g Enterprise and Cordless Phones and it seems like Siemens is having an equally hard time finding buyers for those divisions.
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Motorola eyes Siemens' telecoms unit
Sat Apr 15, 2006 11:00 AM ET

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Motorola Inc. (MOT.N: Quote, Profile, Research) is interested in Siemens' (SIEGn.DE: Quote, Profile, Research) loss-making telecoms unit Com, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported.

In an advance copy of its Sunday edition, the paper said one option in the talks between Siemens and Motorola was the complete takeover of Siemens Com -- its biggest unit -- that had sales of 13 billion euros ($16 billion) and 55,000 employees.

A Siemens' spokesman declined to comment.

The paper also said Motorola had repeatedly shown interest in acquiring the profitable mobile network division, but Siemens' Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld wanted to sell the whole unit, including loss-making divisions.

Mobile networks is the most successful part of Siemens Com, which also makes equipment for fixed-line telecoms companies. Com's operating profit fell 13 percent to 323 million euros in the fiscal first quarter to end-December.

Without the sale of a stake in U.S. networks equipment maker Juniper (JNPR.O: Quote, Profile, Research) , Com would have made a loss of 43 million euros in the quarter. Its sales rose 10 percent to 3.42 billion euros in the period.

The paper said Siemens' supervisory board could discuss the future of the Com unit at its meeting on April 24.

In February, Germany's Manager Magazin reported that Siemens wanted to break up its telecoms equipment unit Com and either sell parts of it or put them into partnerships.

The chief executive of Com had held talks with Finnish phone giant Nokia (NOK1V.HE: Quote, Profile, Research) , among others, the magazine said.

Siemens has also been gradually withdrawing from high-tech, cyclical businesses such as semiconductors and electronic components to concentrate on more reliable earnings drivers such as power generation and healthcare technology.

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Default Odgovor na: Siemens HR | Dobit Siemensa 32,55 milijuna kn

Dobit Siemensa 32,55 milijuna kn

ZAGREB - Dioničko društvo za elektrotehniku Siemens d.d. u prvom je tromjesečju ove godine ostvarilo 32,55 milijuna kuna neto dobiti, što je gotovo 70 posto više nego u istom razdoblju lani, podaci su iz financijskog izvješća tvrtke koje prenosi Zagrebačka burza.

Ukupni prihodi tvrtke u promatranom su razdoblju iznosili 335,19 milijuna kuna. Pritom su prihodi od prodaje u zemlji povećanina 237,5 milijuna kuna, a prihodi od prodaje u inozemstvu na 87,1 milijun kuna.

Rashodi Siemensa iznosili su 299,05 milijuna kuna. (H)

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Njemački Siemens najavio akviziciju

MÜNCHEN - Njemački industrijski konglomerat Siemens danas je objavio porast neto dobiti u prvom ovogodišnjem tromjesečju za 14 posto zahvaljujući programu restrukturiranja koji je rezultirao poboljšanjem zarade.

Neto dobit kompanije dosegnula je 887 milijuna eura. Istodobno, prihodi od prodaje uvećani su 21 posto, na 21,5 milijardi eura.

Program restrukturiranja kompanije započet prije godinu dana stvorio je “značajnu razliku” u zaradi, izjavio je izvršni direktor Siemensa Klaus Kleinfeld. “Naš portfelj koji se razvija pozicionira Siemens snažno na rastućim tržištima”, ocijenio je.

Kompanija je ujedno najavila da za 1,8 milijardi dolara u gotovini kupuje američku tvrtku koja proizvodi opremu za laboratorijsku dijagnostiku Diagnostic Products Corp. (H)
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Nokia, Siemens to Merge Mobile Networks

By MATT MOORE
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Monday, June 19, 2006; 4:18 AM

FRANKFURT, Germany -- Nokia Corp. and Siemens AG will combine their mobile network operations to create a joint venture with annual revenues of $20 billion, the companies said Monday, a move that will help them compete with market leader Ericsson AB of Sweden.

The 50-50 joint venture, to be called Nokia Siemens Networks, will comprise Nokia's network business group and Siemens' carrier-related operations, creating estimated synergies of $1.9 billion, Nokia said.

Nokia Corp. executive Simon Beresford-Wylie speaks during a press conference in Cannes, France, in this Feb. 14, 2005, file photo. Beresford-Wylie will reportedly head a new company formed by the combination of Nokia's and Siemens' telephone equipment units. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
Nokia Corp. executive Simon Beresford-Wylie speaks during a press conference in Cannes, France, in this Feb. 14, 2005, file photo. Beresford-Wylie will reportedly head a new company formed by the combination of Nokia's and Siemens' telephone equipment units. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau) (Lionel Cironneau - AP)

Shares of Siemens surged nearly 7.8 percent in Frankfurt trading to $85.64 after the announcement, while Nokia was up nearly 3 percent to $20.38 in Helsinki.

"We believe the partnership with Siemens is the most effective way to build the scale and broad product portfolio necessary to compete globally and create value for shareholders," Nokia Chief Executive Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said. "The communications industry is converging, and a strong and independent Nokia Siemens Networks will be ideally positioned to help customers lower costs and grow revenue while managing the challenges of converging technology."

There was wide speculation about changes in company strategy when Kallasvuo took over from Jorma Ollila, who during 14 years at the helm had made Nokia a household name by creating the world's largest mobile phone maker from a small cable and telecommunications producer.

Kallasvuo, who joined Nokia in 1982 and became CEO on June 1, worked closely with Ollila and his appointment was widely seen as signaling continuity in the firm.

However, when Kallasvuo took over he hinted that Nokia would expand its divisions, in part through increasing corporate purchases.

"It's a realistic goal for us. That's clear. And we can do it," he told Finnish YLE TV on June 2, but gave no details.

Klaus Kleinfeld, CEO of Munich-based Siemens, said the deal would set up the new company to tackle Stockholm, Sweden-based Ericsson, which is the top maker and seller of the network equipment used by wireless providers to send phone calls, downloads and data to and from cell phones and other devices.

"This combination creates a leading industry player with immediate strength, excellent potential for growth and well-positioned to improve future profitability," he said.

The new company will have some 60,000 employees. It will be headed by the chief of Nokia's network operations Simon Beresford-Wylieand, and its chief financial officer will be Peter Schoenhofer from Siemens. It's headquarters will be in the Finnish capital, Helsinki, but also have key offices in Munich.

The joint venture was expected to be finalized by the end of the year, pending regulatory approval, and both companies said that between 10 percent and 15 percent of the staff positions would likely be cut over the next four years in a bid to save $1.9 billion.

The joint venture was expected to be finalized by the end of the year, pending regulatory approval, and both companies said that between 10 percent and 15 percent of the staff positions would likely be cut over the next four years in a bid to save $1.9 billion.

Nokia, based in Espoo, just outside the Finnish capital, sells phones in 130 countries and employs 62,000 people. In 2005, the company's mobile-device sales surged 28 percent to a record 265 million units.

Siemens is Europe's largest electronics and electrical engineering firm, and employs more than 460,000 people. Since Kleinfeld took over as CEO more than a year ago, he has pushed through acquisitions, cut thousands of jobs and sold a cell phone handset business to BenQ of Taiwan in a bid to restore earnings at the company, which makes everything from high-speed trains to lighting for airport runways.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...061900103.html
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