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Bang & Olufsen: Kristian Teär Replaces Henrik Clausen As CEO
Bang & Olufsen A/S is a Denmark-based company engaged in the design, development and marketing of audio and video equipment. The Company supplies primarily music systems, loudspeakers, television sets and multimedia products. Its activities are divided into two business areas: Business-to-Consumer (B2C) and Business-to-Business (B2B). The B2C area includes two segments: audiovisual (AV), offering audio and video products sold under the Bang & Olufsen brand; and B&O PLAY, which delivers stand-alone, portable products. The B2B business area also consists of Automotive segment, which comprises development, production and sale of sound systems for a range of cars, such as Aston Martin, Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Furthermore, the Company is parent of Bang & Olufsen Group, which operates worldwide.
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Juha Christen Christensen
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Executive Vice President for Marketing, Digital & Customer Experience; Member of the Executive Management Board
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Shares in Bang & Olufsen (B&O) <BO.CO> jumped on Tuesday after the struggling Danish TV and speaker maker said its chief executive was leaving with immediate effect, to be replaced by former Logitech <LOGN.S> executive Kristian Tear.
Danish TV and speaker maker Bang & Olufsen said on Tuesday that former vice president at Logitech Kristian Tear would replace Henrik Clausen as chief executive with immediate effect.
Struggling Danish luxury TV and stereo maker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) on Thursday reported a first-quarter operating loss, but maintained its full-year outlook of single-digit revenue growth.
Luxury TV and speaker maker Bang & Olufsen <BO.CO> would listen if approached by a buyer, chairman Ole Andersen told newspaper Borsen, following three earnings warnings this year.
* Shares rise 5% on expected turnaround (Adds CEO comments, share reaction)
Struggling luxury TV and stereo maker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) on Thursday swung to a fourth-quarter operating loss, but said it expected to return to sales growth this year with a plan to open more sales points and launch new products.
Shares in Bang & Olufsen (B&O) dropped by 20 percent on Tuesday after it issued a second sales warning for the financial year, with some investors saying there was now "a crisis of confidence" in the Danish luxury TV and stereo maker.
Danish luxury TV and stereo maker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) said on Tuesday it was confident in its strategy, despite a drop in sales and logistics problems in the second quarter.
Shares in Bang & Olufsen (B&O) <BO.CO> plummeted on Thursday after the luxury TV and stereo maker warned of lower sales this year as it reduces its distribution network, raising concerns that a broader slump in retail would hit future sales.
Shares in Bang & Olufsen <BO.CO> hit their highest in 10 years after the luxury TV and stereo maker beat market expectations with strong second-quarter results.
* GROUP'S TOTAL REVENUE FOR FIRST HALF OF 2017/18 WAS DKK 1,591 MILLION
Bang & Olufsen is targeting its more affordable B&O Play products and brand partnerships to drive growth as the Danish company moves away from its mainstay high-end stereo and TVs.
* Q1 2017/18 REVENUE DKK 592 MILLION VERSUS DKK 515 MILLION YEAR AGO
* EXPECTS TO CONTINUE GROWTH MOMENTUM AND INCREASE REVENUE BY AROUND 10 PER CENT COMPARED TO 2016/17 AND TO INCREASE UNDERLYING EBITDAC MARGIN TO 8-10 PER CENT IN 2017/18
* Q3 2016/17 EBITDAC WAS DKK 63 MILLION AGAINST DKK 45 MILLION LAST YEAR, AS GROWTH MOMENTUM DRIVING GROSS PROFIT EXCEEDED COST INCREASE
* Divests Czech subsidiary, Bang & Olufsen S.R.O, to Tymphany Acoustic Technology
* Q2 2016/17 revenue 867 million Danish crowns ($125 million)versus 729 million crowns year ago
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