We find BenQ's course of action in Germany unacceptable and are helping as much as we canSiemens brass gives $45M to hardship fund Oct 02, 2006
Research and development are more crucial than ever today as the foundation for innovation and the creation of new jobs. That is why we foster the talented young people who will become the future top performers in their respective fields. We cherish their outstanding achievement and support them in their socially responsible role as young scientists. Through our commitment to the Lindau Nobel laureates meeting, we enable them to access the highest levels among the global network of scientistsSiemens sponsors young global scientists Jun 23, 2006
In the next 15 years, China will lay 12,000-km-long (7,200 miles) rail track for passenger trains. The signing of the deal marks another step of Siemens' market success in ChinaSiemens gets Chinese bullet train contract Nov 14, 2005
Klaus Kleinfeld (born November 6, 1957 in Bremen, Germany) was chief executive officer (CEO) of Siemens AG from 2005 until July 2007.
On April 25, 2007, Siemens AG distributed a press release announcing that Kleinfeld was not available for a renewal of his contract. This was preceded by the supervisory board's indecisiveness in light of the ongoing corruption investigations at Siemens.
Displeased by this decision, Kleinfeld announced that he would leave his position by September 30, 2007.