annual figures

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Apr 23 '18 12:30

Dozens of Dutch companies take too long to prepare or publish their annual accounts, and thereby violate Dutch law, Financieele Dagblad reports based on research by professor of external reporting Ruud Vergoossen and AFM reporting expert Ton Meershoek.

The two researchers examined the 2015 annual accounts of more than a thousand large and medium sized unlisted companies in the Netherlands. Over 50 percent of these companies were late with their annual reports. Many companies do adhere to the law, but use as many exemptions as possible to disclose information later or not at all.

Crowded Schiphol Airport; 12 Feb 2018
Feb 16 '18 11:00

If Lelystad Airport can't take over some of Schiphol's air traffic by April next year as planned, the growth limits currently set at the busy Amsterdam airport will have to be changed, Schiphol CEO Jos Nijhuis said at the presentation of the airport's annual figures on Friday. 

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Feb 16 '17 09:07

French-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM saw a significant increase in profits over 2016. The net profit for the company amounted to 792 million euros last year, compared to 118 million in 2015. The operating result also increased sharply to 1.05 billion euros, NU.nl reports

The company benefited from cost cutting measures and a lower fuel bill. But did suffer from an increasing global pressure on ticket prices.

Feb 19 '16 13:50

A massive 58.2 million passengers traveled through Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam last year, an increase of 6 percent compared to 2014. The number of aircraft movements increased by 2.8 percent to 450,697, the airport announced along with its annual figures on Friday.

SNS Reaal
Apr 2 '15 09:37

SNS Reaal suffered a net loss of 712 million euros in 2014, the nationalized bank announced this morning.

De Telegraaf in Amsterdam
Mar 11 '15 13:13

The Telegraaf Media Group, publisher of the newspaper De Telegraaf, suffered a loss of 38.09 million euros last year, compared to a profit of 177.9 million euros in 2013. The revenue also decreased from 542.2 million euros in 2013 to 514.9 million euros last year, De Telegraaf reports.

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Feb 27 '15 11:52

Despite an 9.5 percent increase in revenue, Fugro suffered a loss of 457.6 million euros in 2014. This is according to annual figures that the company released today.

Rabobank
Feb 26 '15 13:41

Rabobank released its annual figures for 2014 today. The bank saw a decline in net profit, but its underlying profit improved strongly compared to 2013.

Feb 26 '15 13:05

Retail group Ahold, parent company of among others Albert Heijn, Etos and bol.com, released its annual figures for the 2014 financial year today.

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Feb 23 '15 14:32

Despite the ever-declining mail market, PostNL managed to book an increase in revenue last year, De Telegraaf reports.

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Feb 20 '15 12:46

The Deichmann Group (VanHaren) sold a record number of 172 million pairs of shoes last year, 5 million pairs more than in 2013, the group announced in a press release.

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Feb 20 '15 11:13

ABN Amro posted a net profit of 1.134 billion euros in 2014. Exuding once-off write offs, the bank made a profit of 1.551 billion euro - double that of 2013, the bank announced today.

Feb 19 '15 10:32

The Schiphol Group presented its annual figures for 2014 today. The figures showed that last year brought an increase in passengers, air transport movements and revenue for the group.

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Feb 19 '15 07:58

Air France-KLM sufferd a loss of 198 million euro last year. This is a lot smaller than the 1.8 billion euro loss the airline suffered in 2013, NOS reports.

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Feb 12 '15 14:34

State Secretary Wilma Mansveld (Infrastructure and Environment) has decided to fine NS 5.5 million euro because the company did not sufficiently fulfill the performance agreements made with the government.

Photo: Phillips Headquarters, Amsterdam
Jan 27 '15 10:14

In the fourth quarter of 2014, Philips' profit decreased by two thirds. The electronic company from Eindhoven suffered from disappointing sales in the healthcare market and in China and Russia. This is evident from figures that Philips published today.

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Jul 11 '14 13:54

The economic bureau of ING writes that the number of bankruptcies expected in businesses this year will drop with 15 percent to around 8000, compared to around 9400 last year.

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