WIWO

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WIWOWirtschaftsWoche (German business magazine)
WIWOWalk in Walk Out
WIWOWhat's in What's out
WIWOWeek In Week Out (BBC Wales program)
WIWOWater In, Water Out
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in Frankfurt/Main and the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche, Dusseldof have recognised Germany-based Daimler AG (Daimler) (NYSE: DAI) (FWB: DAI) with its 'Decade Award'.
In early March, German magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported that Austrian sector player Strabag SE (WBAG:STR), Denmark's ISS A/S, French peers Vinci SA (EPA:DG) and Cofely as well as German competitor Bilfinger SE (ETR:GBF) were also interested in the Hochtief unit.
In early March, German magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported that Austrian sector player Strabag SE (WBAG:STR), Denmarka[euro](tm)s ISS A/S, French peers Vinci SA (EPA:DG) and Cofely as well as German competitor Bilfinger SE (ETR:GBF) were also interested in the Hochtief unit.
German pilot union Cockpit fears that cost savings at Air Berlin will lead to job cuts at its charter airline subsidiary LTU and shrink the LTU fleet by 20 percent, business magazine Wirtschaftswoche wrote in an article ahead of publication on September 8.
According to Alfa Romeo brand chief Luca de Meo as reported in German magazine WirtschaftsWoche, Fiat is also entering into a partnership with Chrysler to produce Alfa Romeos in the United States.
Handelsblatt and Wirtschaftswoche, primary economical news magazines, reported on future world champions amongst small and mid size German companies.
In early March, German magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported the vendor expects to receive up to EUR170m (USD222.
Die Welt and German business magazine WirtschaftsWoche also said Airbus may have to further delay deliveries of its A380 superjumbo, the world's largest airliner.
Kearney and Wirtschaftswoche, a leading German weekly business news magazine.
9m) for its unit, German magazine Wirtschaftswoche said previously, adding that the interested parties included Finland's YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V), Denmark's ISS A/S, French peers Vinci SA (EPA:DG) and Cofely, as well as Austriaa[euro](tm)s Strabag SE (WBAG:STR) and Bilfinger.
Kearney and leading German business magazine, WirtschaftsWoche.
According to a report in German magazine Wirtschaftswoche, Temasek and Evonik have shaken on the deal.