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Philips (Royal Electronics)

Headquarters : The Rembrandt Tower, Amstelplein 1 1096 HA Amsterdam Netherlands Netherlands
Job offers, investor relations : web www.philips.com tel. 31-20-59-77-777 email: Alan.Cathcart@philips.com stock : PHG analytics

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Labor 1 Jobs -10% /1998 Fraud 4 Offshore 3 Sales 26 Bn $.€ /year Profit 18 Bn $.€ /1998 Influence 5
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year
business
source
2005Philips sells 2% of the digital audio players bought in the world.Capital
2004Philips makes 2,9% of the TVs bough in ChinaLes Echos
2003Philips sells 10,5% of the flat-screen TVs bought in France.La Tribune
? More business descriptions and market shares for Philips (Royal Electronics).
subsidiarycountry%source
Saeco SpA Italia100Les Echos
TSMC Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd Taiwan
? More subsidiaries of Philips (Royal Electronics)
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
China China
: Production, ampoules fluorocompactes basse consommation
 Le Monde
China China
: semi-conducteurs
 
China China
Philips Jilin Semiconductor Co Ltd :
 AFP
China China
Philips & Sanye Passive Components N0.1 Ltd, Jinqiao EPZ :
 
Egypt Egypt
& 20 2 331 3999 :
 
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Philips Export B.V, P.O.Box : 17078 Jebel Ali & 971 4 353 666 :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Hungary Hungary
: Production, t?l?viseurs
 Livre
Hungary Hungary
: Production, assemblage d'appareils ?lectrom?nagers
 Livre
Hungary Hungary
:
 Reuters
India India
Bangalore, 1500 employees : R&D logiciels
 Les Echos
Morocco Morocco
& 212 2 30.29.92 :
 
Mexico Mexico
Maquiladora, Ciudad Juarez :
 Alternatives Economiques
Mexico Mexico
4 CD. INDUSTRIAL 87499 TAMAULIPAS MATAMOROS & 128089 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Poland Poland
: Production, ampoules fluorocompactes basse consommation
 Les Echos
Poland Poland
: t?l?viseurs petit ?cran
 UFC Que Choisir
Czech Republic Czech Republic
: 2 facilities: electronic microscopes
 Czechinvest
Singapore Singapore
259 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim & 65 2614611 :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Tunisia Tunisia
:
 US Government Country Business Profile

  • Environmental impact

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2000Hommen, Jan
See the photo of: Hommen, Jan Vice-president;
2000Kleisterlee, Gerard
See the photo of: Kleisterlee, Gerard Chief Executive Officer;
2000Leysen, Andr?
See the photo of: Leysen, Andr? Director;
2000Van der Poel, Arthur
See the photo of: Van der Poel, Arthur Vice-president;
2000Van Miert, Karel
See the photo of: Van Miert, Karel Director;
La Tribune
2000Van Wachem, Lodewijk
See the photo of: Van Wachem, Lodewijk Director;
2000Whybrow, John
See the photo of: Whybrow, John Vice-president;
1999Bodt,
See the photo of: Bodt, Vice-president;
1999Schweitzer, Louis
See the photo of: Schweitzer, Louis Monitoring Committee;
1996Boonstra, Cor
See the photo of: Boonstra, Cor Chief Executive Officer;
Capital
1989Timmer, Jan
See the photo of: Timmer, Jan Chief Executive Officer;
Capital
? More executive salaries for Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Highest paid executives in 2007
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2009
-218
Closure/Bankruptcy: Philips EGP closes its factory in Dreux, specialized in the manufacture of plasma TVs. Philips had already cut 279 jobs there in 2008 and 350 in 2005.: France
Les Echos
2009
-55
Internal restructuring: Philips Special Lighting cuts 55 jobs at his Pont-a-Mousson plant.: France
Les Echos
2009
-6000
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2008
-1600
Internal restructuring: Philips cuts 5% of the medical branch's workforce in the world.:
Les Echos
2008
-279
Internal restructuring: Philips EGP restructures its factory of Dreux. The direction justifies this plan by the fall in the price of the flat-screen TV sets.: France
Les Echos
2006
ILO violation 87,111 : The Workers? Study and Action Centre CEREAL had received 578 complaints from workers by September concerning violations of workers? rights in companies including HP, Dell, IBM, Intel, Nokia, Philips, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, IBM and Sony. The most common breaches included cutting back collective agreements and obstructing collective bargaining together with cases of discrimination, exposure to toxic substances, sexual harassment and other forms of ill-treatment.: Mexico
ITUC-CSI
2006
-300
Closure/Bankruptcy: D?p?t de bilan de LG.Philips Displays Dreux. ? Cr??e en 2001 pour anticiper la fin de vie du tube cathodique, cette structure [holding et deux filiales] permet maintenant aux deux actionnaires de se retirer de cette activit? sans en assumer les cons?quences sociales ?, souligne la CGT.: France
Les Echos
2005
-111
Relocation: Restructuration de la branche t?l?phone mobile au Mans et ? Suresnes. Transfert du si?ge social ? Hong-Kong.: France
Les Echos
2005
161586
2005
-380
Closure/Bankruptcy: Germany
Les Echos
2004
-235
Internal restructuring: LG Philips Displays France will cut half of its workforce at the unit in Dreux, manufacturing 29??colour display tubes: France
2004
-98
Relocation:
Les Echos
2004
-600
Les Echos
2003
164438
2003
-650
AFP
2003
-1600
Reuters
2002
170087
2002
-374
AFX
2001
-1235
Lesinfos.com
2001
-570
Les Echos
2001
-1000
Reuters
2001
-4000
Bloomberg
2001
-7000
New York Times
1999
minimum wage/day: 42 FF;
Alternatives Economiques
1998
233686
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
 25 informations, access to subscribers

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2009   2,5billion Eu?Les Echos
2008   26,4-0,19   billion Eu?Les Echos
2008    
2008   2,5billion Eu?Les Echos
2007   4,2   billion Eu?Les Echos
2005 Le Conseil de la concurrence sanctionne les fabricants Philips, Sony et Panasonic ? hauteur de 34,4 millions d'euros pour avoir mis en place un syst?me de prix de d?tail minimum impos?s aupr?s de leurs distributeurs. Philips France est condamn? ? une amende de 16 millions d'euros. Le Conseil de la concurrence a consid?r? qu'il existait des indices graves, pr?cis et concordants d?montrant l'existence d'une entente entre les fabricants Philips, Sony et Panasonic et leurs distributeurs respectifs et a notamment retenu ? cet ?gard comme ?l?ments probants : * la communication de prix de d?tail ? conseill?s ? aux grossistes et aux d?taillants * l'alignement constat? des prix de vente d'un certain nombre de produits chez l'ensemble des distributeurs des marques concern?es (une m?me r?f?rence de t?l?viseur par exemple ?tant, ? quelques exceptions pr?s, au m?me prix dans tous les magasins) * l'existence de m?canismes de surveillance et de contr?le des prix de d?tail (rappels ? l'ordre t?l?phoniques de la part des fabricants ou des grossistes pour ? faire remonter les prix ?, passage de repr?sentants r?gionaux de la marque dans les points de vente, menaces de cessation de livraison ou de r?duction des facilit?s financi?res octroy?es) * l'existence - en ce qui concerne Philips et Sony - de contrats de coop?ration entre leurs revendeurs, procurant aux fabricants le contr?le de leur politique de publicit? et de leur politique de prix.     Conseil de la concurrence
2005 Les sites britanniques de vente par correspondance ont port? plainte contre Sony et plusieurs autres fabricants d'?quipement ?lectronique pour pratiques anti-concurrentielles. Ils les accusent de pratiquer une double tarification: les supermarch?s "physiques", syst?matiquement plus chers que les sites internet et confront?s ? une baisse de leurs ventes, auraient fait pression sur Sony pour obtenir que celui-ci vende plus cher aux sites internet. Selon les plaignants, Sony aurait accept? et se rendrait donc coupable de double tarification, une pratique anti-concurrentielle interdite car elle aboutit ? une hausse des prix pour le consommateur final.     The Scotsman
2004   0,5 0,75billion Eu?CNN
2004 Non-lieu pour abus de position dominante en 1996: apr?s les plaintes d?pos?es par ses concurrents Geemarc et Audioline pour avoir baiss? fortement les prix de ses t?l?phones fixes.     Les Echos
2004 Sa filiale, MedQuist accus?e de fraude, violation de contrat, reddition de comptes, valeur du service rendu, enrichissement injuste, appropriation, n?gligence, supervision n?gligente     Boursier.com
2003   29,040,7   billion Eu?
2002   31,82-2,51   billion Eu?
2001   32,34-2,6   billion Eu?
2000   35,669,04   billion US$
1999   31,461,8   billion Eu?
1998   35,527,06   billion US$
1998   27,13million sharesSmartMoney
1996   -1,8   billion US$Capital
1995   7,5   billion FFCapital
? More financial data for Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Financial delinquency in 2007
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 19 informations, access to subscribers
? More financial data for Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Financial delinquency in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Deregulation and "maximum liberalization" through WTO, GATS : TABD (Transatlantic Business Dialogue) : : US Government / European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Access to public services (privatization through GATS) : ERT (European Roundtable of Industrialists) : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 59 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
? More influence from Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Influence in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 5 informations, access to subscribers
? More influence from Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Influence in 2007
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
2005FEDER de l'UEEurope11 million Eu?Les Echos
2005EtatFrance11 million Eu?Les Echos
2005Collectivit?s territorialesFrance11 million Eu?Les Echos
2000R?gionFrance200 million FFJournal du Dimanche
1996R?gionFrance4 million Eu?Capital
1996AnvarFrance54 million FFLe Canard Encha?n?
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 6 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2009slogan: Du sens et de la simplicit?.;
2009slogan: Sense and simplicity.;
2002slogan: Miglioramo il tuo mondo.;
2001ad budget: 207 million US$; Advertising Age
2000ad budget: 274 million US$; Advertising Age
1999slogan: Faisons toujours mieux.;
1998ad budget: 539 million US$; Advertising Age
1997ad budget: 490 million US$; Advertising Age
1996ad budget: 743 million US$; Advertising Age
1995slogan: Let's make things better.;
1993slogan: Piensa en Philips.;
1992slogan: Philips DCC. Your music will never be the same.;
1992slogan: The future is coming. Take your past with you.;
1992slogan: Philipshave, pour l'homme qu'on aime en vous.;
1992slogan: Philips inspira confianza.;
1991slogan: Lighting more for less.;
 slogan: Let's make things better.;
? More ads and public relations campaign from Philips (Royal Electronics)
? Dubious practices in 2007


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