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Ayala nets P23.2B

2017-11-10 business.inquirer.net
The country’s oldest business house Ayala Corp. grew net profit in the first nine months by 18 percent year-on-year to P23.2 billion led by robust earnings from its property business. (16-0)

IMI profit rises 16% in 9 months

2017-11-04 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Ayala-led leading global manufacturing solutions company Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) reported a 16 percent growth in its nine-month net income to $24.1 million.

New acquisitions lift IMI’s Q3 profit

2017-11-04 bworldonline
INTEGRATED Micro-electronics, Inc. (IMI) booked a 20.6% increase in earnings in the third quarter of 2017, pushed by the positive performance of its recent acquisitions as well as the overall growth in the automotive sector.

IMI nets $24M

2017-11-03 business.inquirer.net
Ayala-led electronics manufacturer Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) booked a 16-percent growth in nine-month net profit to $24.1 million, driven by new acquisitions and a double-digit growth in business out of Europe and Mexico. (5-1)

Ayala Corp. income up 9% to P15.1 B at end-June

2017-08-11 business.inquirer.net
The country’s oldest conglomerate Ayala Corp. grew net profit in the first six months by 9 percent year-on-year to P15.1 billion, bolstered by its robust real estate and power generation businesses.

Ayala nets P15.1B

2017-08-11 business.inquirer.net
The country’s oldest conglomerate Ayala Corp. grew net profit in the first six months by 9 percent year-on-year to P15.1 billion, led by robust real estate and power generation businesses.

IMI books 14% profit growth in H1

2017-08-04 philstar
MANILA, Philippines - Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc.(IMI) reported a 14 percent growth in net income in the first six months on the back of a 22 percent rise in revenues.

IMI nets $17M

2017-08-04 business.inquirer.net
Ayala-led electronics manufacturer Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) grew its first semester net profit by 14 percent to $17 million as recent acquisitions and expansion programs boosted revenues.

Ayala unit completes acquisition of German auto supplier

2017-07-06 philstar
MANILA, Philippines -  AC Industrials, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ayala Corp., has completed its acquisition of German automotive supplier MT Misslbeck Technologies GmbH.

Ayala unit acquires German auto supplier

2017-06-05 philstar
MANILA, Philippines - Ayala Corp., through its wholly owned subsidiary AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc., has closed a deal to acquire a German-based automotive supplier.

Ayala Corp. nets P6.9B

2017-05-11 business.inquirer.net
The country’s oldest business house Ayala Corp. boosted its net profit in the first quarter by 20 percent year-on-year to P6.9 billion on robust earnings from banking and real estate businesses.

IMI nets $8.7M

2017-05-04 business.inquirer.net
Ayala-led electronics manufacturer Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) grew its first quarter net profit last year by 33 percent year-on-year to $8.7 million on strong demand from the automotive and industrial sectors alongside better margins.

Ayala-owned IMI acquires 80% of UK firm

2017-04-07 philstar
MANILA, Philippines -  Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) continues its global expansion as it acquires a majority stake in UK-based specialist contract electronics manufacturer STI Enterprises Ltd.

Ayala posts 17% hike in 2016 profit

2017-03-13 philstar
MANILA, Philippines - Ayala Corp., the coun­try’s oldest conglomerate, reported a net income of P26 billion last year,17 percent higher than the previous year, putting the company on track to hitting its P50 billion profit goal by 2020.  In a briefing yesterday, AC chief finance officer TG Limcaoco attributed the company’s 17 percent income growth to double digit growth contributions of its real estate and banking units, boosted by its emerging businesses in power and industrial technologies.

Ayala nets P26B

2017-03-13 business.inquirer.net
The country’s oldest business house Ayala Corp. chalked up a net profit of P26 billion last year, up by 17 percent from the previous year, on the back of double-digit growth contributions from its real estate and banking units alongside new contribution from power and industrial technologies.