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Wed, Sep 13 2017

Judge tosses workers' class action against Nike over security checks

A federal judge on Tuesday said Nike Inc's retail arm was not required to pay workers in California for the few seconds each day that they spent going through security checks, and tossed out a class action against the company.

BRIEF-Nike declares $0.18 quarterly dividend

* Nike Inc declares $0.18 quarterly dividend Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Adidas powers ahead in North America and China

BERLIN Adidas will pour more cash into marketing to try to stay ahead in the race with U.S. rivals Nike and Under Armour , the German sportswear firm said on Thursday as it reported another quarter of bumper sales growth. | Video

UPDATE 2-Adidas powers ahead in North America and China

BERLIN, Aug 3 Adidas will pour more cash into marketing to try to stay ahead in the race with U.S. rivals Nike and Under Armour, the German sportswear firm said on Thursday as it reported another quarter of bumper sales growth.

Puma to keep up spending on new stars in post-Bolt era

FRANKFURT German sportswear company Puma plans to keep spending to sign up top athletes and celebrities after its flagship star Usain Bolt retires, seeking to bolster a brand that lags market leaders Nike and Adidas.

UPDATE 1-Puma to keep up spending on new stars in post-Bolt era

* Demand for new shoe models boosts margins (Recasts, adds CEO comments, further details on results)

Puma to keep spending on marketing to revive brand - CEO

FRANKFURT, July 26 German sportswear firm Puma plans to keep spending on marketing and on winning endorsements from star athletes, its chief executive said, seeking to revive a brand that still lags market leaders Nike and Adidas.

BRIEF-Nike CEO Mark Parker's 2017 total compensation $13.9 mln vs $47.6 mln in 2016 - SEC filing

* Says CEO Mark Parker's fiscal year 2017 total compensation was $13.9 million versus $47.6 million in fiscal year 2016 - SEC filing

UPDATE 3-Sports Direct's optimism after profit slump propels shares

* Shares rise as much as 8.6 percent (Adds detail, Ashley quote, analyst comment, updates shares)

BRIEF-Nike Inc appoints Monique Matheson as new EVP, global human resources

* Nike, Inc. Announces Monique Matheson as new evp, global human resources

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