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Burberry Group PLC (BRBY.L)

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Wed, Jul 19 2017

Philip Green poaches Burberry man to be TopShop CEO

LONDON, July 19 British retail tycoon Philip Green has recruited Burberry's chief merchandising officer, Paul Price, to be the boss of his TopShop/TopMan fashion chains and drive their expansion overseas.

BRIEF-Burberry says 68.5 pct of AGM votes in favour of remuneration report, 31.5 pct against

* 68.52 percent of votes cast at AGM in favour to approve director's remuneration report for year ended 31 March 2017, 31.48 percent of votes cast against Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UPDATE 1-Nearly a third of Burberry investors object to top executives' pay

LONDON, July 13 Nearly a third of shareholders in Burberry voted against the luxury goods company's executive pay report on Thursday, despite a move by its new finance chief Julie Brown to head off the opposition by foregoing a share options award worth up to 2.4 million pounds ($3.11 million).

Nearly a third of Burberry investors rebel over pay

LONDON, July 13 Nearly a third of shareholders at Burberry failed to back the company's executive pay package at its annual general meeting on Thursday.

Rebound in Chinese demand boosts Burberry sales

LONDON Luxury brand Burberry reported better than expected same-store sales in its first quarterly report under new CEO Marco Gobbetti, helped by a rebound in Chinese demand and another good performance in its home British market. | Video

Burberry boost, energy strength send FTSE higher

* Carillion finds fresh record low as another broker downgrades

UPDATE 2-Rebound in Chinese demand boosts Burberry sales

* Shares rise 2.8 percent to top FTSE-100 index (Adds CFO comments, shares, analyst reaction)

BRIEF-Burberry CFO says UK domestic demand remains strong

* Cfo says domestic demand is very strong in the uk, strong double-digit growth

Burberry reports 3 pct underlying growth in Q1

LONDON, July 12 Luxury brand Burberry reported 3 percent underlying revenue growth in its first quarter led by new CEO Marco Gobbetti, helped by stronger demand in mainland China and a continuing good performance in its home British market.

Burberry investor Royal London to vote against pay report

LONDON Burberry investor Royal London Asset Management expressed continued concern about corporate governance at the British luxury brand and said it would vote against the company's pay report.

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