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Xing Buys Intelligence Competence Center

Xing AG (XNGAF.PK) said that it has acquired all shares in Aschaffenburg-based Intelligence Competence Center (Deutschland) AG, the operator of the largest jobs search engine in German-speaking countries,inter alia under the domain www.jobborse.com.

XING AG has to make an aggregate payment of approximately 6.3 million euros to all shareholders of Intelligence Competence Center (Deutschland) AG for 100% of
the shares.

Depending on the achievement of operating targets for 2015 and 2016, the main shareholder and founder of Intelligence Competence Center (Deutschland) AG may receive additional purchase price payments of up to 2.4 million euros by February 2017.

by RTT Staff Writer

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