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ADIDAS-REEBOK/
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September 02, 2015
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September...
Berlin, Germany
Crossfit sportsman Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. German sportswear firm Adidas is underlining its commitment to struggling U.S. brand Reebok by stepping up a major marketing campaign returns to its roots in the personal fitness business. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
ADIDAS-REEBOK/
RTX1QSGO
September 02, 2015
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September...
Berlin, Germany
Crossfit sportsman Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. German sportswear firm Adidas is underlining its commitment to struggling U.S. brand Reebok by stepping up a major marketing campaign returns to its roots in the personal fitness business. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
USA/
RTX139YF
September 06, 2013
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (L-R), North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. First Lady Obama, North America Reebok President Becker and former NBA star O'Neal attend a back-to-school...
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (L-R), North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal attend a back-to-school event at Orr Elementary School in Washington September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
USA/
RTX139Y3
September 06, 2013
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Allyson Felix (L-R), Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Felix, Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Henderson, U.S....
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Allyson Felix (L-R), Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal attend a back-to-school event at Orr Elementary School in Washington September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOKQ
March 07, 2013
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOKM
March 07, 2013
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOKJ
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, attends...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, attends the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, attends the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOKI
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOKH
March 07, 2013
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJF
March 07, 2013
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJD
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual...
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker (C) attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJB
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual...
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJ7
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJ5
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJ4
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOJ1
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, pauses during the company's annual news conference...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOIT
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual...
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker (R) attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOIR
March 07, 2013
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder(GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3A5J2
November 08, 2012
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store, the...
Beijing, China
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store in Beijing...
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store, the world's largest of its kind, in Beijing July 3, 2008. Germany's Adidas trimmed its 2012 sales forecast November 8, 2012, due to weaker-than-expected business at its Reebok and Rockport brands, as it met third-quarter profit forecasts. The world's second-largest sportswear firm after Nike said it now expected 2012 sales to increase by a high single-digit percent, compared with its previous forecast for a rise of almost 10 percent. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Files (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYSU
March 07, 2012
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Robin Stalker arrives for the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Stalker arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Robin Stalker arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYSD
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer (R) and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer and CFO Stalker pose with soccer ball before annual...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer (R) and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker pose with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYSA
March 07, 2012
A shoe and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Shoe and soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
A shoe and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYS9
March 07, 2012
Different shoes and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Different shoes and soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before annual news conference...
Different shoes and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYRP
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYRG
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer poses with soccer ball before annual news conference...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYRF
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer poses with soccer ball before annual news conference...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYRD
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer throws a soccer ball before the company's annual...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer throws soccer ball before annual news conference in...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer throws a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYRC
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYR9
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer speaks during annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYR7
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer speaks during annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYQV
March 07, 2012
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTR2YYQP
March 07, 2012
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before the company's annual news conference...
Herzogenaurach, Germany
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before annual news conference in Herzogenaurach...
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
NFL/
RTXPB2F
October 04, 2009
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing...
Denver, UNITED STATES
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing...
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing against the Dallas Cowboys in their NFL football game in Denver October 4, 2009. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES SPORT FOOTBALL)
FIREMAN
RTXKDWG
March 21, 2001
Reebok CEO Paul Fireman speaks during the 2001 Reebok Human Rights Award ceremonies, March 21, 2001,...
Boston, USA
Reebok CEO Paul Fireman speaks during the 2001 Reebok Human Rights Award ceremonies, March 21, 2001,.....
Reebok CEO Paul Fireman speaks during the 2001 Reebok Human Rights Award ceremonies, March 21, 2001, in Boston. [Fireman told Reuters in an interview at the ceremonies that he forsees "steady growth" for the shoe manufacturer despite the currently uncertain financial times in the U.S. business community. ]
MANUFACTURING REEBOK
RTRFYCX
March 21, 2001
Reebok CEO Paul Fireman speaks during the 2001 Reebok Human Rights Award ceremonies, March 21, 2001,...
Boston, USA
REEBOK CEO FIREMAN SPEAKS AT HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS.
Reebok CEO Paul Fireman speaks during the 2001 Reebok Human Rights Award ceremonies, March 21, 2001, in Boston. Fireman told Reuters in an interview at the ceremonies that he forsees "steady growth" for the shoe manufacturer despite the currently uncertain financial times in the U.S. business community.

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