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Sports Direct International PLC (SPD.L)

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Sports Direct investors spooked by cost of upmarket shift

LONDON Sports Direct's efforts to move upmarket with new flagship stores contributed to a softening of its top line, a margin squeeze and a jump in debt, hitting its shares on Thursday.

Sports Direct investors spooked by cost of upmarket shift

LONDON Sports Direct's efforts to move upmarket with new flagship stores contributed to a softening of its top line, a margin squeeze and a jump in debt, hitting its shares on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Sports Direct investors spooked by cost of upmarket shift

LONDON, Dec 14 Sports Direct's efforts to move upmarket with new flagship stores contributed to a softening of its top line, a margin squeeze and a jump in debt, hitting its shares on Thursday.

Sports Direct shareholders veto payment to brother of founder Mike Ashley

LONDON Independent shareholders in Sports Direct on Wednesday voted against making a retrospective payment of 11 million pounds to the brother of founder and majority shareholder Mike Ashley for his work as an IT expert.

Sports Direct shareholders veto payment to brother of founder Mike Ashley

LONDON Independent shareholders in Sports Direct on Wednesday voted against making a retrospective payment of 11 million pounds ($15 million) to the brother of founder and majority shareholder Mike Ashley for his work as an IT expert.

UPDATE 1-Sports Direct shareholders veto payment to brother of founder Mike Ashley

LONDON, Dec 13 Independent shareholders in Sports Direct on Wednesday voted against making a retrospective payment of 11 million pounds ($15 million) to the brother of founder and majority shareholder Mike Ashley for his work as an IT expert.

Sports Direct shareholders veto payment to brother of founder Mike Ashley

LONDON, Dec 13 Independent shareholders in Sports Direct on Wednesday voted against paying the brother of founder Mike Ashley 11 million pounds ($14.7 million) for work as an IT expert.

Sports Direct's Ashley expects investors to veto paying brother 11 million pounds

LONDON Sports Direct's billionaire founder Mike Ashley expects shareholders to vote against paying his brother 11 million pounds in the latest investor stand-off.

UPDATE 2-Sports Direct's Ashley expects investors to veto paying brother $15 mln

* Some shareholders say unlikely to support resolution (Releads, adds new shareholder comment)

Sports Direct investors to vote on 11 mln pound payment to founder's brother

LONDON, Nov 24 Investors in British retailer Sports Direct will vote on whether to pay 11 million pounds ($14.65 million) to the brother of billionaire founder Mike Ashley - a move that could reignite tensions between shareholders and the board.

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