GERMANY: Adidas Q3 profit surge despite Reebok slump
By Richard Woodard | 8 November 2012
Sporting goods powerhouse Adidas has posted double-digit increases in profit and revenues in the third quarter, despite continuing worries about its under-performing Reebok brand.
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