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GERMANY: Becker named as new Reebok CEO

5 March 2008 | just-style.com

Uli Becker is to step up from the post of chief marketing officer to take over as Reebok president and CEO, parent company Adidas has announced.... read more

US: Reebok fined $1m for toxic bracelets

18 March 2008 | just-style.com

Athletic shoe and apparel maker Reebok International Ltd has been fined $1m for importing and distributing charm bracelets containing toxic levels of lead which resulted in the death of a four-year-old boy two years ago.... read more

US: Reebok names Matt O’Toole as new CMO

31 March 2008 | just-style.com

Reebok International has named Matt O’Toole as its new chief marketing officer.... read more

US: Reebok hits back in Finish Strong lawsuit

4 March 2010 | just-style.com

Reebok has hit back against claims of trademark infringement and deceptive trade practices put forward by rival sportswear company Finish Strong.... read more

US: La Perla hires CEO for North American unit

28 May 2008 | just-style.com

Luxury lingerie brand La Perla has named Suzy Biszantz as the chief executive officer of its North American unit.... read more

US: Industry veterans buy Karhu running brand

25 June 2008 | just-style.com

Athletic footwear and apparel executives Huub Valkenburg and Jay Duke have bought the Finnish running brand, Karhu.... read more

US: Reebok signs up F1 star Lewis Hamilton

2 July 2008 | just-style.com

Reebok has signed an endorsement deal with Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton.... read more

US: Reebok launches Vince Young’s first footwear line

17 July 2008 | just-style.com

Sportswear maker Reebok has launched the first ever signature footwear collection named after Titans quarterback Vince Young, which will be sold at Dick’s Sporting Goods stores nationwide.... read more

US: Reebok and Hasbro launch Monopoly footwear

11 August 2008 | just-style.com

Sportswear brand Reebok is teaming up with toy maker Hasbro to launch a new footwear collection inspired by the board game Monopoly.... read more

INDIA: Reebok “poised to launch Classics range”

19 August 2008 | just-style.com

Sporting goods giant Reebok is poised to launch its Reebok Classics range in India, opening up to 75 separate retail stores by next March, according to local press reports.... read more

CANADA: Former Reebok executive purchases Dayton

5 October 2009 | just-style.com

Former Reebok executive Stephen Encarnacao has purchased a controlling interest in Canadian footwear brand Dayton Boots Enterprises.... read more

US: Reebok commits to Facebook for EasyTone marketing

11 November 2009 | just-style.com

Sporting goods firm Reebok has increased the exposure of its EasyTone collection to the social networking site Facebook.... read more

CANADA: Reebok launches new collection of LogoAthletic footwear

12 September 2007 | just-style.com

Reebok Canada and mass merchandiser Zellers have teamed up with Patrick Roy, Quebec Remparts head coach and NHL Hall of Famer, to launch a new collection of LogoAthletic footwear.... read more

US: Reebok to use 3D plastic in footwear prototypes

8 October 2007 | just-style.com

Reebok is using 3D Systems’ DuraForm Flex Plastic to help make realistic prototypes for some of its footwear, sandals and athletic equipment.... read more

US: Ex-Reebok CEO buys stake in Hudson jeans brand

3 April 2009 | just-style.com

Fireman Capital Partners (FCP), a private equity firm set up by Reebok’s former CEO Paul Fireman, has partnered with Webster Capital to buy a controlling stake in upmarket denim company Hudson Jeans.... read more

US: NFL confirms licensing court hearing

1 July 2009 | just-style.com

The US National Football League (NFL) has confirmed that its exclusive licensing deal with sporting goods firm Reebok for all 32 of its teams faces a Supreme Court challenge.... read more

USA: Reebok Recalls Toddlers' Shoes On Choking Danger

21 September 2004 | just-style.com

Sportswear maker Reebok is recalling 140,000 toddlers' shoes due to a possible choking hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.... read more

USA: Greg Norman Records 11% Q3 Sales Growth

25 October 2004 | just-style.com

Sportswear and golfing apparel marketer Greg Norman Collection has reported a net sales increase of 11 per cent for the third quarter ended 30 September 2004.... read more

USA: Shoe Pavilion Records $24,000 Q3 Net Income

5 November 2004 | just-style.com

Shoe Pavilion Inc has reported net income of $24,000 for the third quarter ended 2 October 2 2004 compared to a net loss of $1.2 million for the third quarter of 2003.... read more

USA: Reebok Unveils Inflate-To-Fit Running Shoes

17 November 2004 | just-style.com

Reebok Inc has unveiled a new hi-tech running shoe - the Pump 2.0 - that automatically inflates to custom fit the wearer’s foot.... read more

BRAZIL: Vulcabras to accelerate operations in Argentina

14 January 2009 | just-style.com

Brazilian footwear manufacturer Vulcabras SA is to nearly double production at its Argentinian factory, according to reports in Brazil.... read more

PORTUGAL: Reebok Unit Posts Strong H1 Sales

22 July 2002 | just-style.com

Rebook Portugal on Monday posted an 11 per cent year-on-year rise in first half sales amid strong soccer kit sales and said it expects to record 10 per cent sales growth for the full fiscal year. Officials said they expect similar growth for fiscal 2003 as they look to boost its presence in the basketball market. In 2001, Reebok Portugal posted sales of $20.3 million.... read more

USA: Reebok Celebrates 74 Per Cent Jump In Q2 Profit

25 July 2002 | just-style.com

Reebok International Ltd on Wednesday posted a 74 per cent jump in second quarter net profit as it reaped the rewards of more advertising and greater shelf space. The world’s second largest sports shoe producer said net income soared to $24.6 million, or 39 cents per share, from $14.1m, or 24 cents per share, in the year-ago period, with net sales up one per cent at $717.4m.... read more

INDONESIA: 1,000 Reebok Factory Workers Stage Protest

29 July 2002 | just-style.com

Up to 1,000 sports shoe workers have staged a noisy protest against US footwear giant Reebok International amid claims a cut in orders has left 5,400 colleagues without work. Chanting "Reebok are killers" and "Reebok are exploiters", the crowd gathered outside the US Embassy in Jakarta where they set fire to large cardboard replicas of Reebok shoes.... read more

INDONESIA: Reebok "Committed" To Indonesia Production

30 July 2002 | just-style.com

Sportswear giant Reebok International Ltd issued a statement on Tuesday saying it is committed to producing goods in Indonesia after 1,000 workers staged a noisy protest amid claims cut orders had triggered pay cuts. The demonstrators were from a factory in the West Java city of Bandung, owned by PT Primarindo Asia Infrastructure Tbk, one of the firms in Indonesia that produces shoes for Reebok.... read more

UK: Reebok To Launch Foldable Trainers

22 August 2002 | just-style.com

Sportswear giant Reebok is set to launch foldable trainers in the UK after spending £2 million researching and developing the idea, it was reported on Thursday. The "Travel Trainer" has been designed using advanced fabric technology that allows them to be rolled into a tiny ball and then packed away into a pouch or bag.... read more

USA: Reebok Pulls Itself Up By Its Bootstraps

12 September 2000 | just-style.com

Sportswear company, Reebok, is pulling itself up by its bootstraps and stepping out after making two new signings, including a top menswear designer. The company has reported improved second quarter earnings for this year and has announced it is teaming up with top menswear designer, Keanan Duffty, the rising talent behind the Slinky Vagabond collection, to produce a limited edition range of footwear.... read more

USA: New Marketing Chief At Rockport

31 July 2000 | Company Press Release

The Rockport Company has promoted Stefanie Lucas to the position of vice president of marketing. Stefanie replaces Colin Clark, who has been promoted within the company to vice president and general manager, international sales.In this position, Stefanie has the responsibility for all marketing functions for the brand. She will report directly to Terry Pillow, president and CEO of Rockport. Previously, Stefanie was director of advertising and brand communications for Rockport. She managed global advertising, public relations, and retail marketing for the brand.Ms Lucas has been with Rockport for three and a half years. Prior to joining Rockport, Stefanie was director of marketing for Chico's Casual Clothing. Chico's grew from approximately $40m to $60m company during her tenure there."Stefanie has played and will continue to play an instrumental part in Rockport's initiative to modernize the brand. She is creative and will be a great company leader," said Pillow.The Rockport Company, Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Reebok International, Ltd, Canton Massachusetts, designs, distributes and markets engineered comfort footwear, apparel and accessories for men and women worldwide. The Rockport Company is located in Marlboro, Massachusetts.Rockport can be accessed on the Web at... read more

UK: Reebok Signs £100m Deal With Liverpool Football Club

6 February 2003 | just-style.com

Reebok International Ltd has signed a six-year sponsorship deal worth up to £100 million with Liverpool soccer club.... read more

USA: Reebok Ends Talks With Basketball Star Kobe Bryant

17 February 2003 | just-style.com

Sportswear giant Reebok International Ltd on Friday said it has ended talks with LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant over a possible multi-million dollar endorsement deal.... read more

USA: Reebok Signs Tween Marketing Pact With Limited Too

21 February 2003 | just-style.com

Reebok International Ltd and the Limited Too, a division of Too Inc, have formed a joint marketing pact targeted at girls between the ages of seven and fourteen.... read more

USA: Reebok To Open New Factory Outlets

19 March 2003 | just-style.com

Sportswear and athletic shoe giant Reebok International Ltd said it expects to spend between $65 million and $75m on capital projects this year compared to $27.6m in 2002.... read more

HONG KONG: Li & Fung 2002 Profit Jumps 38%

24 March 2003 | just-style.com

Hong Kong-based trading firm Li & Fung Ltd on Monday said its 2002 net profit jumped by 38 per cent as revenue surged. The firm, which manages supply chains for companies such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Limited Brands and Reebok, nonetheless said it had fallen "slightly behind" its three-year plan to double profits by 2004.... read more

USA: Reebok CEO's Salary, Bonus Unchanged In 2002

25 March 2003 | just-style.com

Sportswear and athletic shoe giant Reebok International Inc on Monday revealed its chairman and CEO, Paul Fireman, received a bonus of $2.08 million in 2002 - the same as in the previous year.... read more

ITALY: Ferragamo, Li & Fung In South-East Asia JV

9 April 2003 | just-style.com

Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo on Wednesday revealed plans for a joint venture with Li & Fung Distribution Group to sell its branded clothing and footwear throughout south-east Asia.... read more