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Subway-themed sports shoes are just the ticket for Berliners

BERLIN Dozens of sports shoe enthusiasts stormed Adidas stores in Berlin on Tuesday to snatch a pair of shoes launched in collaboration with the public transport network that incorporate the same pattern as the subway's seats, as well as an annual ticket. | Video

Subway-themed sports shoes are just the ticket for Berliners

BERLIN, Jan 16 Dozens of sports shoe enthusiasts stormed Adidas stores in Berlin on Tuesday to snatch a pair of shoes launched in collaboration with the public transport network that incorporate the same pattern as the subway's seats, as well as an annual ticket.

Adidas targets US market share of 15-20 percent: paper

FRANKFURT German sportswear maker Adidas wants to increase its U.S. market share to around 15-20 percent from levels that are now "significantly lower", its chief financial officer said.

CORRECTED-Adidas targets US market share of 15-20 pct - paper

FRANKFURT, Jan 13 German sportswear maker Adidas wants to increase its U.S. market share to around 15-20 percent from levels that are now "significantly lower", its chief financial officer said.

Adidas expects big boost from soccer World Cup

BERLIN Adidas expects a big increase in sales of soccer jerseys from the 2018 World Cup in Russia helped by its sponsorship of three of the top teams, the German sportswear maker's chief executive was quoted as saying on Saturday.

Adidas 'would have problem' with FIFA if it has broken law - Bild am Sonntag

FRANKFURT Adidas , a long-standing sponsor of FIFA, "would have a problem" with the global soccer body if it was found to have broken the law by a U.S. investigation into bribery, the company's chief executive told a German paper.

Adidas leads way as four companies win Stop Slavery Award

LONDON, Nov 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - German sportswear giant Adidas led the pack as four companies won a global award on Wednesday for shining a light on their own supply chains to eradicate modern slavery from their operations.

World Cup, new products to speed Adidas sales growth

BERLIN Adidas hopes the launch of new team kits before next year's soccer World Cup will restore sales growth after the German sportswear firm reported a slowdown in Europe in the last three months.

World Cup, new products to speed Adidas sales growth

BERLIN Adidas hopes the launch of new team kits before next year's football World Cup will restore sales growth after the German sportswear firm reported a slowdown in Europe in the last three months.

UPDATE 3-World Cup, new products to speed Adidas sales growth

* Nike, Under Armour suffering as Adidas, Puma advance (Adds CEO comments from conference call)

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