EANS-News: Kapitalerhöhung übertrifft deutlich die Erwartungen des Vorstandes Kapitalerhöhung/Restrukturierung Nach umfassenden Restrukturierungen der Softline Gruppe, kann Christoph Michel, Vorstand der Softline AG, die erfolgreiche Umsetzung der auf der letzten Hauptversammlung geplanten Kapitalerhöhung bekannt geben. “Die Softline,...
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