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Thu, Oct 22 2020

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Adidas plans to sell ailing Reebok business within months - manager magazin

FRANKFURT/MUNICH German sportswear company Adidas is planning to sell its Reebok division, Germany's manager magazin reported on Thursday, as the group seeks to put an end to its ill-fated investment in the U.S.-focused brand. | Video

Adidas plans to sell ailing Reebok business within months: manager magazin

FRANKFURT/MUNICH German sportswear company Adidas is planning to sell its Reebok division, Germany's manager magazin reported on Thursday, as the group seeks to put an end to its ill-fated investment in the U.S.-focused brand. | Video

UPDATE 3-Adidas plans to sell ailing Reebok business within months - manager magazin

* Adidas shares rise as much as 3.5% on report (Adds context on Reebok)

Adidas to sell Reebok - manager magazin

FRANKFURT/MUNICH, Oct 22 Adidas is planning to sell its Reebok division, Germany's manager magazin reported on Thursday.

Golf-Hatton defends divisive hoodies at BMW PGA Championship

Oct 11 Tyrrell Hatton defended his choice of clothing at this week's BMW PGA Championship after the hoodies he sported during the tournament divided opinion among golf fans on social media.

Adidas appoints new HR head after race row

BERLIN, Oct 7 Adidas has appointed Amanda Rajkumar, an executive from French bank BNP Paribas , as its new head of human resources after employee complaints over racism at the German sportswear company led to the departure of Karen Parkin in June.

Slippers to work? Health kick, home office help Adidas

BERLIN German sportswear firm Adidas said on Thursday it expected to bounce back to profitability in the third quarter assuming there are no new major lockdowns as it benefits from more people exercising and dressing down as they work from home.

UPDATE 3-Slippers to work? Health kick, home office help Adidas

* Third quarter operating profit seen at 600-700 mln euros (Adds comments from media call)

Adidas extends CEO Rorsted's contract for five years

BERLIN, Aug 4 German sportswear firm Adidas on Tuesday said its supervisory board had extended the contract of Chief Executive Kasper Rorsted until July 31, 2026.

Soccer-Leeds announce record-breaking five-year kit deal with Adidas

July 21 Leeds United, who earned promotion to the Premier League last week, have signed a five-year kit deal with German sportswear firm Adidas starting from the 2020-2021 season.

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