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Thu, Sep 20 2018

UPDATE 1-Thyssenkrupp to keep on implementing steel JV with Tata-CEO

* Elliott confirms: not in favour of breakup (Adds context on steel JV, comment from Union Investment)

Elliott says does not want Thyssenkrupp breakup: Manager Magazin

FRANKFURT Activist fund Elliott, which disclosed a stake of less than 3 percent in Thyssenkrupp in May, is not in favor of breaking up the submarines-to-elevator conglomerate, one of its executives told a German monthly magazine.

Elliott says does not want Thyssenkrupp breakup -Manager Magazin

FRANKFURT, Sept 20 Activist fund Elliott, which disclosed a stake of less than 3 percent in Thyssenkrupp in May, is not in favour of breaking up the submarines-to-elevator conglomerate, one of its executives told a German monthly magazine.

Thyssenkrupp to keep on implementing steel JV with Tata - CEO

DUISBURG, Germany Thyssenkrupp's interim chief executive dismissed speculation that it would pull out of its steel joint venture with India's Tata Steel in the wake of management upheaval at the German industrial conglomerate.

Thyssenkrupp to keep on implementing steel JV with Tata - CEO

DUISBURG, Germany, Sept 20 Thyssenkrupp's interim chief executive dismissed speculation that it would pull out of its steel joint venture with India's Tata Steel in the wake of management upheaval at the German industrial conglomerate.

Thyssenkrupp overhaul must protect worker interests - labour boss

DUESSELDORF, Germany Thyssenkrupp employees will not block a restructuring of the group as long as their interests are protected, its newly elected works council chief said.

UPDATE 1-Thyssenkrupp overhaul must protect worker interests -labour boss

* Thyssenkrupp-Tata Steel JV deal is irreversible-Sievers (Adds comments from works council head, context)

Thyssenkrupp overhaul must protect worker interests -labour boss

DUESSELDORF, Germany, Sept 18 Thyssenkrupp's powerful employees will not block a broader restructuring of the group as long as their interests are protected, the group's newly elected works council chief said.

Thyssenkrupp reorganises industrials unit as problems mount

FRANKFURT Thyssenkrupp is to separate its shipbuilding business from its struggling industrials division in a restructuring that could decide the fate of interim Chief Executive Guido Kerkhoff.

UPDATE 2-Thyssenkrupp reorganises industrials unit as problems mount

* Marcel Fasswald to become new CEO of division (Recasts, adds details on restructuring)

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