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Puma Majority Stakeholder Kering CEO Says Sportswear Firm Is Not For Sale

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 24 / 16

Kering Chair & CEO François-Henri Pinault "slapped down persistent rumours that the French luxury group is preparing to sell athletics goods maker Puma, saying the group plans to hold on to its majority stake" until at least '18, according to Adam Thomson of the FINANCIAL TIMES. ...

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