reebok

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reebok

(ˈriːbʌk; -bɒk)
n, pl -boks or -bok
(Animals) a variant spelling of rhebok
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These include Adidas AG, Nike, PUMA, Reebok International, MRF, ASICS Corporation, Gray-Nicolls Limited, Kookaburra Sport Pty, Cosco (India) Limited, and Playground Sports (India) Pvt.
Headquartered in Boston, MA, Reebok International Ltd.
Most recently, Waldeck has served as the vice president and general manager at Lee and Rock & Republic at Reebok International Ltd.
DuPont Protection Technologies and Reebok International announced the signing of a multi-year trademark license agreement for the use of the DuPont[TM] Kevlar[R] and Dare Bigger[TM] trademarks.
Prior to that he was the national sales manager for Reebok International's Running Specialty Group.
20 October 2014 - Hong Kong-based investment group Jynwel Capital and Abu Dhabi government-affiliated funds are proposing to pay USD2.2bn (EUR1.7bn) for Reebok International Ltd, a unit of German sportswear giant Adidas AG (FRA:ADS), the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported citing sources in the know.
Keith, NFP, Reebok International Ltd., and State Street Corporation along with Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation, Bay Copy, Dedham Savings, Douglas King Builders, Eastern Bank, Granite City Electric Supply Co., Hill & Partners, Sampson Insurance, and South Shore Bank, who helped South Shore Habitat raise over $200,000, a South Shore Habitat High Heels & Hard Hats record amount.
LG Electronics is introducing a fitness band, Reebok International is showcasing a skullcap with sensors, and start-up Lively, which makes sensors for the elderly, will show technology that lets other developers link to its products.
In September of that year, Reebok International paid USD25 million in consumer rebates after the U.S.
Reebok International, which is in the process of rolling out the project, said it will soon test the technical feasibility of "producing a durable, functional and affordable shoe" before launching it in India.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) quoted Daniel Sarro, a spokesman for Reebok International Ltd., as saying that the project is based on a "social business model" that has a goal of "tackling social issues through entrepreneurial actions and not by maximizing profit."