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SAP SE (SAPG.DE)

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SAP SE (SAP) is a software and service provider. The Company offers enterprise application software. The Company operates through two segments: Applications, Technology & Services segment, and the SAP Business Network segment. The Applications, Technology & Services segment is engaged in the sale of software licenses, subscripti... (more)

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2.20 Mean rating from 35 analysts

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Beta: 0.87
Market Cap(Mil.): €118,452.40
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,228.50
Dividend: 1.40
Yield (%): 1.45
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SAP's CEO hints to investors more margin gains on the way

MANNHEIM, Germany The chief executive of SAP struck a confident note on the German software giant's future on Thursday, hinting that further operating profit margin gains were on the way, while apologizing for corporate governance missteps in South Africa.

SAP's CEO hints to investors more margin gains on the way

MANNHEIM, Germany, May 17 The chief executive of SAP struck a confident note on the German software giant's future on Thursday, hinting that further operating profit margin gains were on the way, while apologising for corporate governance missteps in South Africa.

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SAP goal remains to triple market cap, but gives no timeframe

MANNHEIM SAP, Germany's most valuable public company, remains committed to tripling its market capitalization, but Chief Executive Bill McDermott declined to specify a timeframe on Thursday.

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SAP goal remains to triple market cap, but gives no time frame

MANNHEIM SAP, Germany's most valuable public company, remains committed to tripling its market capitalisation, but Chief Executive Bill McDermott declined to specify a time frame on Thursday.

SAP goal remains to triple market cap, but gives no timeframe

MANNHEIM, May 17 SAP, Germany's most valuable public company, remains committed to tripling its market capitalisation, but Chief Executive Bill McDermott declined to specify a timeframe on Thursday.

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At Germany's SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits

BERLIN - Peter Bostelmann, an industrial engineer at Europe's technology giant SAP, discovered meditation during a personal crisis a decade ago.

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At Germany's SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits

BERLIN - Peter Bostelmann, an industrial engineer at Europe's technology giant SAP, discovered meditation during a personal crisis a decade ago.

At Germany's SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits

BERLIN, May 17 - Peter Bostelmann, an industrial engineer at Europe's technology giant SAP, discovered meditation during a personal crisis a decade ago.

German stocks - Factors to watch on May 17

BERLIN/FRANKFURT, May 17 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Thursday:

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Industrie -0.24%
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Finanzindustrie -0.17%
Pharma -0.05%
Technologie -0.18%
Telekommunikation +0.31%