FRANKFURT, Germany — The biggest event in soccer starts next month with the first kick at the World Cup. Puma SE won’t start its major promotional push until it’s all over.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany — Puma SE, Europe’s second-largest sporting-goods maker, reported a decline in first-quarter profit, underscoring the scale of the challenge facing Chief Executive Officer Bjoern Gulden to achieve a turnaround.
PARIS, France — Gucci owner Kering SA will consider acquiring sports and lifestyle brands in three years, as it assesses the performance of its Puma brand, Chief Executive Officer Francois-Henri Pinault said.
PARIS, France — Puma SE, Europe’s second-largest sporting-goods maker, ruled out a rapid recovery as it reported a slump in full-year profit.
PARIS, France — Kering, formerly called PPR, said it expects net income this year to drop “very significantly,” hurt by one-time charges related to its Puma brand and from costs related to its sale of mail-order business La Redoute.
Baroque Japan — owner of womenswear brands including Moussy, Sly, Rodeo Crowns, Shelter, Black and Rienda — has a new Chinese majority shareholder, which already owns some 25 percent of the Chinese footwear market and aims to create one of the biggest fashion retailers in Asia. JapanConsuming reports.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany — Puma SE, Europe’s second-largest sporting goods maker, reported quarterly profit that declined more than analysts estimated as sales fell in all regions.
FRANKFURT, Germany — Makers of outdoor goods from ski jackets to tents and walking trousers are using international expansion, fashionable new products and the financial clout and expertise of big investors as they battle a slowdown in Europe.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany — Bjoern Gulden turned round Danish jewelry maker Pandora A/S in a little more than a year. Working his charm at Puma SE will be a tougher task after Europe’s second-biggest sporting-goods maker cut its profit guidance.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany — Puma SE revised its outlook for 2013 revenue and profit lower after reporting first-quarter earnings that trailed analysts’ estimates, saying weaker consumer demand in Europe hurt its business.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany — Puma SE, Europe’s second-largest sporting-goods maker, appointed Pandora A/S leader Bjoern Gulden as chief executive officer after a four-month search.
PARIS, France — PPR's sportswear unit Puma will soon have a new chief executive, the French group's head said on Friday. PPR chief executive François-Henri Pinault was speaking at a news conference at which he unveiled a new name for the luxury goods group, which will be rebranded as Kering.