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Deutsche Telekom Announces 2012 Financial Results

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BONN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 28: Rene Obermann, current CEO of the Deutsche Telekom AG, during the annual press conference to announce the 2012 financial results on February 28, 2013 in Bonn, Germany. Deutsche Telekom announced a net loss of 5.25 billion euros for 2012, primarily due to merger-related writedowns in the United States. Chief Executive Rene Obermann also announced that, in spite of the decline in underlying profits, targets had been met for 2012 with stable revenues, allowing the company to maintain its planned dividend. (Photo by Ulrich Baumgarten via Getty Images)
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BONN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 28: Rene Obermann, current CEO of the Deutsche Telekom AG, during the annual press conference to announce the 2012 financial results on February 28, 2013 in Bonn, Germany. Deutsche Telekom announced a net loss of 5.25 billion euros for 2012, primarily due to merger-related writedowns in the United States. Chief Executive Rene Obermann also announced that, in spite of the decline in underlying profits, targets had been met for 2012 with stable revenues, allowing the company to maintain its planned dividend. (Photo by Ulrich Baumgarten via Getty Images)
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