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Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co KGaA (FMEG.DE)

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Tue, Aug 27 2019

Fresenius Medical Care appoints Takeda executive Helen Giza as CFO

BERLIN German dialysis specialist Fresenius Medical Care has hired Helen Giza from Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical as its new finance chief, replacing Mike Brosnan.

Fresenius Medical Care appoints Takeda executive Helen Giza as CFO

BERLIN, Aug 27 German dialysis specialist Fresenius Medical Care has hired Helen Giza from Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical as its new finance chief, replacing Mike Brosnan.

Fresenius slides as weakness in dialysis unit offsets improved outlook

Shares in German healthcare group Fresenius slid on Tuesday after its dialysis unit FMC reported smaller than expected cost savings and said full-year earnings growth would likely come in at the lower end of guidance.

UPDATE 4-Fresenius slides as weakness in dialysis unit offsets improved outlook

* Fresenius expects FY 4%-7% revenue growth at constant currency

Fresenius Medical Care confirms 2019 targets

German dialysis specialist Fresenius Medical Care reported on Tuesday a 3% rise in its second-quarter revenue, citing healthy growth in its U.S. dialysis business.

Fresenius Medical Care confirms 2019 targets

July 30 German dialysis specialist Fresenius Medical Care reported on Tuesday a 3% rise in its second-quarter revenue, citing healthy growth in its U.S. dialysis business.

Shareholders reproach Germany's Fresenius Medical Care after foreign bribery case

* ISS recommends no confidence vote on U.S. bribery settlement

UPDATE 2-Fresenius makes solid start to year after turbulent 2018

* Confirms full-year guidance (Adds analysts, shares, details)

Fresenius Medical Care to pay $231 million to resolve criminal, civil foreign bribery charges

Germany-based dialysis clinic operator Fresenius Medical Care AG will pay about $231 million to resolve criminal and civil allegations that the company paid bribes to public health and government officials in several countries to win or retain business, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Fresenius Medical Care to pay $231 mln to resolve criminal, civil foreign bribery charges

March 29 Germany-based dialysis clinic operator Fresenius Medical Care AG will pay about $231 million to resolve criminal and civil allegations that the company paid bribes to public health and government officials in several countries to win or retain business, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday.

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