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Siemens Financial Services (SFS) - the financing arm of Siemens - recently provided a financing package to Pueblo Radiology to support their acquisition of a Siemens SOMATOM ® Perspective 64 slice computed...
European stocks retreat on Thursday ahead of the European Central Bank's monetary policy meeting.
A blue LED, placed alongside a green one and a red one, creates highly visible color in flat screens and breathes new life into old industries, like billboards.
German electronics and engineering company Siemens reaches a deal to acquire oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion.
U.S. stock futures fall; Alibaba's IPO sets a record; Siemens to buy Dresser-Rand; EMC reportedly exploring options.
Now is the perfect time for investors to buy GE shares.
The trading panel discussed whether bond yields can go lower and whether you should be long Intel and El Pollo Loco.
GE is positioning itself for the next 10 years of growth.
Nokia doesn't need a miracle. It just needs profits.
European stocks continue to lose steam on Tuesday, as disappointing corporate news and an unexpected U.K. manufacturing slump causes some jitters.
Siemens Energy has reached the significant milestone of 10 gigawatts (GW) of installed wind power capacity in the Americas.
The GE Jeff Immelt built is nothing like Jack Welch's GE, and the GE Immelt's successor builds may be just as different.
With Alstom's assets now securely in GE's possession, the next 10 years of GE's growth are likely secured
LEDs are becoming two industries, bulbs and systems. Philips' spinoff of its production units leaves Cree as one of the few companies in both.
GE's offer beat out bids from Mitsubishi Heavy industries and Siemens for Alstom's businesses.
Stock futures suggest weekly gains for the major indices, but further upside remains restricted by the troubles igniting in Iraq.
U.S. stock futures rise; Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries raise their joint proposal for Alstom.
The rally on European markets begins to fade Friday morning.
U.S. stock futures point higher as Fed's two-day meeting begins; GM to recall another 3 million cars; Apple settles e-book pricing lawsuit; Adobe to report earnings.
European markets stage a mild rebound on Tuesday, partly in response to a slight reduction in oil prices and a hope that, for now, the renewed conflict in Iraq has been priced in.
General Electric (GE) is falling Monday following news that Siemens (SI) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will present a joint offer to Alstom.
U.S. stock futures point lower and European stocks fall amid violence in Iraq; Medtronic to buy Covidien for $42.9 billion in cash and stock; Siemens, Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi are preparing a joint offer for Alstom's energy business.
European markets rise Thursday, after a report on industrial production in the 18-country eurozone boosts confidence in the economic recovery.
General Electric investors should hope that Siemens' new partner doesn't help steal away Alstom.
Today from the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM), an applied research center that provides production-ready manufacturing solutions, Siemens announced more than one billion dollars of in-kind...
U.S. stock futures rise, Pfizer drops bid for AstraZeneca, Apple readying a 'smart home' system, Siemens is putting together an offer for Alstom, Intuit to buy Check Inc., a report says.
Siemens Industry has introduced its new tiastar Motor Control Center (MCC) featuring integrated 18-Pulse Adjustable Frequency AC drive technology to meet the demanding needs of water/wastewater applications.
General Electric (GE) sent one of its top executives to Paris on Friday in an attempt to salvage the $17 billion deal to purchase Alstom
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