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October 2013 Summary:
Reebok International feels comfortable stepping out onto any surface. The
company, a subsidiary
of Germany's adidas AG, has long been at
home in sporting arenas as a top US maker of athletic shoes. In addition
to its namesake sportswear and accessories, Reebok caters to hockey aficionados
through its Canadian Reebok-CCM Hockey division, and its Sports Licensed
Division. It operates more than 220 retail stores. Reebok, which has been
credited with igniting the aerobics craze of the early 1980s, has fallen
out of step since then. Under adidas, the company is trying to regain traction
in the athletic shoe and apparel market.
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