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Previous close3.53
Bid3.97 x 67000
Ask4.07 x 67000
Day's range3.54 - 3.54
52-week range3.36 - 4.17
Avg. volume511
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  • Reuterslast month

    Telefonica Deutschland appoints new CEO

    Telefonica Deutschland said on Sunday its supervisory board has appointed Markus Haas to lead the company from 2017, replacing chief executive Thorsten Dirks who announced in November he was leaving the telecoms firm. Haas, 44, a lawyer who has been with the company since 1998 and is currently chief operating officer, will lead the telecoms company in close cooperation with finance chief Rachel Empey. Telefonica, controlled by Spain's Telefonica, said Haas would start his new role on Jan. 1 with a three-year contract.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Lufthansa names telecoms exec to oversee Eurowings expansion

    Lufthansa named Thorsten Dirks, a telecoms exec used to cut-throat price competition, to its management board on Wednesday to lead the expansion of budget unit Eurowings, which is rapidly building its ...

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Telefonica Deutschland Q1 OIBDA down on integration, marketing costs

    Telefonica Deutschland said on Thursday its core profit dropped in the first quarter as a result of integration and marketing costs, while mobile service revenues were down. Telefonica Deutschland said it had stepped up its marketing campaign to promote its O2 brand in Germany and that it booked 23 million euros in restructuring costs for the integration of E-Plus, which it bought from KPN for 8.6 billion euros in 2014. The telecoms operator said it still expected OIBDA to rise by a low to medium single-digit percentage in 2016, while mobile service revenues, which dropped 1.3 percent in the first quarter, are expected to be stable or slightly lower.