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Tue, May 30 2017

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Hugo Boss picks Tchibo manager Mueller as finance chief

FRANKFURT German fashion house Hugo Boss has picked Tchibo manager Yves Mueller to become its finance chief and fill a position that has been vacant for more than a year.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss picks Tchibo manager Mueller as finance chief

* CFO post at Hugo Boss has been vacant for more than a year (Adds confirmation)

Hugo Boss picks Tchibo manager as new CFO - Manager Magazin

FRANKFURT, May 30 German fashion house Hugo Boss will name Tchibo manager Yves Mueller as its new finance chief, Manager Magazin reported on Tuesday, citing sources.

BRIEF-Hugo Boss set to appoint new CFO later in May

* Hugo Boss CEO says confident for appointment of new CFO around time of AGM on May 23 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Frankfurt Newsroom)

Hugo Boss stumbles on online sales drop; Apple suppliers under scrutiny - For more see the European equities LiveMarkets blog

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Hugo Boss shares down as online sales slump

BERLIN Shares in Hugo Boss fell 5 percent on Wednesday after the German fashion house reported another drop in online sales in the first three months of the year even though overall sales and net profit were better than expected.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss shares down as online sales slump

* Shares fall five percent (Adds shares, analyst comment, CEO comments)

BRIEF-Hugo Boss CEO expects online business to improve in Q2

* Hugo Boss CEO says expects online to see significant improvement in Q2 versus Q1

Hugo Boss sales, profit helped by China, Britain

BERLIN, May 3 German fashion house Hugo Boss reported a better-than-expected increase in first-quarter sales and net profit on Wednesday, helped by a recovery in China as well as growth in Britain, where the weak pound has boosted tourist spending.

BRIEF-Hugo Boss says momentum in mainland China continues in '17

* Hugo Boss CEO says strong momentum in mainland China in Q4 continues into 2017 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Frankfurt Newsroom)

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