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MONACO Japanese sportswear giant Asics Corp will take over from Adidas as the official sponsor of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), a source with knowledge of the deal told Reuters on Friday.The IAAF is expected to announce the deal on Saturday. Adidas, who had signed an 11-year sponsorship deal with the IAAF that was set to run until 2019, said on Friday it was ending the deal three years early.
A federal appeals court ruled on Monday ruled that the Christian Faith and Fellowship Church's "Add a Zero" fundraising slogan has been used in interstate commerce, denying a challenge to its trademark by global athletic goods giant Adidas AG.
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BERLIN The new boss of Adidas announced plans on Thursday to overhaul its struggling Reebok fitness brand and keep up the focus on reviving the main Adidas business in North America as he dampened expectations for 2017. | Video
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* Adidas ceo declines to speculate about future of reebok beyond restructuring measures
BERLIN The new boss of Adidas announced plans on Thursday to overhaul struggling fitness brand Reebok, including cuts at its Boston base and store closures, and also predicted the sale of its golf business by the end of the year, albeit at a loss.
BERLIN, Nov 3 The new boss of Adidas announced plans on Thursday to overhaul struggling fitness brand Reebok, including cuts at its Boston base and store closures, and also predicted the sale of its golf business by the end of the year, albeit at a loss.
BERLIN, Nov 3 German sportswear group Adidas reported another strong performance in the third quarter but said it would take one-off costs due to measures to strengthen its growth foundation and restructure its Reebok brand.
Under Armour Inc , the No.2 U.S. sportswear maker, said earnings growth for the next two years would be "less than expected" after reporting its slowest quarterly sales growth in six years, hurt by slowing growth in North America.