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KPN Q2 Net Profit At 135 Million Euros, Above Expectations
KPN Obtains Two 5G Spectrum Bands For 416 Million Euros
KPN Q1 Net Profit Up At EUR 120 Mln, Sticks To FY Outlook
Koninklijke KPN N.V. (KPN) is a telecommunications and information and communications technology (ICT) provider based in the Netherlands. The Company's segments include Consumer, Business, Wholesale, and Network, Operations & IT. The Company is engaged in offering fixed and mobile telephony, fixed and mobile broadband Internet and television to retail consumers. To business consumers the Company offers Internet and mobile telephony services, as well as infrastructure and network related ICT solutions, including cloud hosting and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity. KPN also provides wholesale network services to third parties. The Company's brands include KPN, Telfort, XS4ALL, Simyo, Yes Telecom, Ortel Mobile, Argeweb, Solcon, Route IT, Divider, Internedservices, NLDC and StartReady, among others. The Company delivers its services primarily in the Netherlands.
Duco W. Sickinghe
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Joost F.E. Farwerck
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Board
Derk J. Haank
Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board
Member of the Management Board, Chief Technology & Digital Officer
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Dutch telecom company KPN <KPN.AS> said on Monday it expected its core profit remain stable over 2020, as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on its results were less dramatic than feared in recent months.
Dutch telecom company KPN said on Monday it expected its core profits to at least remain stable over 2020, as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on its results were less dramatic than feared in recent months. KPN said adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation...
KPN <KPN.AS>, the largest telecoms provider in the Netherlands, on Thursday reported an unexpected 2% rise in first-quarter core profit but said it was uncertain about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the months to come.
* Q1 NET PROFIT EUR 120 MILLION VERSUS EUR 89 MILLION YEAR AGO
Dutch telecom company KPN said on Thursday its core profit rose 2% to 575 million euros ($624.6 million) in the first quarter, as cost cuts compensated for lower revenues.
* ROYAL KPN N.V. PRESS RELEASE: KPN AGM APPROVES ALL AGENDA ITEMS
KPN NV, the largest Dutch telecommunications company, said in a note on Wednesday it expects only "limited impact" from the global coronavirus outbreak on its first quarter earnings.
* HAS ENTERED THE CURRENT CRISIS WITH A STRONG BALANCE SHEET AS WELL AS UNDRAWN COMMITTED CREDIT FACILITIES, RESULTING IN A RESILIENT BALANCE SHEET AND ASTRONG LIQUIDITY POSITION
A Dutch appeals court on Tuesday ruled the country's two largest telecommunications providers, KPN NV and VodafoneZiggo, do not have to open their fixed-line networks to competition.
Royal KPN NV, the largest Dutch telecommunications company, on Wednesday reported better than expected fourth quarter earnings but disappointing growth guidance for 2020 knocked its shares lower.
Dutch telecom company KPN on Friday beat analysts' expectations with a nearly 3% rise in its third-quarter core earnings to 599 million euros ($665.1 million), as cost cuts compensated for lower revenue.
Dutch telecom company KPN on Friday beat analyst expectations with a 2.9% rise in third-quarter core earnings to 599 million euros ($665.1 million), as cost cuts compensated for lower revenues.
Top Dutch telecoms company KPN NV <KPN.AS> on Tuesday named insider Joost Farwerck as its new chief executive officer and announced a wider management revamp, a day after it dropped a previous CEO candidate amid an insider trading investigation.
Dutch telecoms firm KPN <KPN.AS> ditched plans to name Belgian executive Dominique Leroy as its new CEO because she is under investigation for selling shares in her previous company, Proximus <PROX.BR>, while she was in talks to take the KPN job.
Dominique Leroy, the Belgian telecommunications executive who was slated to move to KPN , has been dropped as candidate to take the top job at the Dutch company due to an investigation into a share sale, it said on Monday.
Belgian police searched the home and office of Dominique Leroy, the incoming chief executive of Dutch telecom firm KPN <KPN.AS>, to investigate her sale of shares in Proximus <PROX.BR>, the company she is leaving.
The incoming chief executive of Dutch telecom firm KPN, Dominique Leroy, said Belgian police had searched her home and office in connection with a probe into her sale of shares in Proximus, the firm she is leaving, Belga news agency reported.
Belgian authorities raided the home of Dominique Leroy, the top executive of telecommunications company Proximus who is set to take over at Dutch peer KPN later this year, Belgian media reported on Thursday.
KPN NV, the biggest Dutch telecommunications company, said on Thursday it had poached Dominique Leroy from Belgian peer Proximus to be its next chief executive.
KPN <KPN.AS> reported a 3.6% gain in core profits for the second quarter, despite suffering a major network outage that was followed by news that Chief Executive Officer Maximo Ibarra would be leaving the Dutch telecoms firm in September.
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