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73 Press releases
Munich, Aug 05, 2014
Siemens Healthcare plans to divest its hospital information system business (HS) for US$ 1.3 billion (around €963 million) in cash to the US-based company Cerner Corp. The HS business is focused on administrative hospital IT and electronic patient records, thus different from information technology that enhances the capabilities of imaging modalities and laboratory equipment.
Munich, Jul 31, 2014
"While we made good progress in most areas, the Energy Sector poses a continued challenge in the quarters to come. 'Siemens – Vision 2020' leads the way to sustainable performance improvement."
In the third quarter of fiscal 2014, Siemens posted strong results in most areas, which were affected by challenges in the Energy Sector. Net income rose to €1.4 billion, from €1.1 billion in the prior-year-period. Corresponding earnings per share increased to €1.62 year-over-year from €1.27. Total Sectors profit rose to €1.7 billion, but was held back by ongoing profitability challenges within the Energy Sector. For comparison, Total Sectors profit of €1.3 billion one year earlier had been burdened by €418 million in "Siemens 2014" charges.
Munich, Jul 25, 2014
At its meeting yesterday, Erlangen City Council approved a decision of principle giving the go-ahead for an architectural design competition for the new Siemens Campus in Erlangen. This marked a further milestone for the project, which is important not only to the city but to the entire metropolitan region of Erlangen / Nuremberg.
Munich, Jul 22, 2014
The reconstruction work on the interior of the Ludwig Ferdinand Palais, a registered historic building at Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich, has now reached the halfway mark. Siemens developed the remodeling plans in close cooperation with Bavaria's Office for the Preservation of Historic Places. In 2013, the City of Munich granted a building permit for the project.
Munich, Jul 17, 2014
Siemens' central research department and the electric vehicle manufacturer StreetScooter agreed today to equip an electric car with an innovative electronic and software architecture. The associated technology was developed during the RACE project. Siemens is the consortium leader of the research project, which receives funding from the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. For the first time ever, the architecture will make it possible to retrofit functions such as electrical brakes and systems such as lane-keeping assistants using a plug-and-play process like on home PCs.
Munich, Jul 16, 2014
Siemens Healthcare is selling its microbiology business to Beckman Coulter Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation. The activities of the microbiology business include systems for the identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing (ID/AST) of microorganisms.
Munich, Jul 15, 2014
Partners from industry and science are joining forces in a novel collaborative research alliance to address the future-oriented fields of automation and digitalization. Siemens is the first company to forge a research alliance with universities and research institutes that will utilize a new, fully integrated approach in order to bundle outstanding expertise and make possible wide-ranging innovations in processes and systems.
Munich, Jul 14, 2014
Olaf Bolduan (61), Chairman of the Works Council at the Dynamowerk Berlin, has been appointed by the Charlottenburg District Court (Berlin) as an employee representative on the Supervisory Board. Bolduan was proposed by the Central Works Council and the Assembly of Delegates of IG Metall to succeed Lothar Adler, who retired at the end of May 2014 and accordingly left the Supervisory Board. "I would like to welcome Mr. Bolduan on behalf of all the members of the
Supervisory Board and look forward to working with him in the future," said the Chairman of the Siemens Supervisory Board, Gerhard Cromme.
Erlangen, Jun 27, 2014
In line with its new company strategy, Siemens is reorienting its research activities toward the innovation fields of electrification, automation and digitalization in order to further strengthen its leading technology position in these areas. Siemens is the first company to form a research alliance with leading universities and institutions in this connection – an alliance that aims to combine outstanding expertise with a new, all-inclusive approach and make possible wide-ranging innovations in processes and systems.