Germany's Puma to have new CEO soon - PPR CEO
PARIS, March 22
PARIS, March 22 (Reuters) - PPR's sportswear unit Puma will soon have a new chief executive, the French group's chief executive said on Friday.
Francois-Henri Pinault was speaking at a press conference where he unveiled a new name for PPR, which will be rebranded as Kering.
Puma is 82.4 percent controlled by the French luxury goods group.
(Reporting by Elena Berton, Editing by dominique Vidalon)
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