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UNDER ARMOUR
sr. Manager, HR Operations - Apac
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Manager - Talent Management, Human Resources
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Senior Manager - Marketing, Shiseido And Drunk Elephant
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PUMA
Specialist, IT Service Delivery
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Digital Project Manager, Asia
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Senior Officer/Officer - Business Planning, Nars And Bare Minerals
Permanent · Hong Kong
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PUMA
Garment Technician
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PUMA
Senior Manager Technical Material Apparel
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Manager - Retail Experience And Operations, Nars
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Manager - Marketing, Shiseido Fragrance Division And dg Beauty
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Retail Consultant | Hong Kong And Macau
Permanent · Central
SHISEIDO
Senior Manager, Finance And Accounts
Permanent · Hong Kong
UNDER ARMOUR
sr. Professional, Environmental Sustainability
Permanent · HONG KONG
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sr. Professional, IT Infrastructure
Permanent · HONG KONG
UNDER ARMOUR
Accountant
Permanent · HONG KONG
UNDER ARMOUR
sr. Professional, Apac Reporting & Analytics, Supply Chain
Permanent · HONG KONG
SHISEIDO
Accounting Assistant, Finance And Accounts
Permanent · Hong Kong
LOVISA
Christmas Team Member - Telford Plaza
Permanent · KOWLOON BAY
LOVISA
Christmas Team Member - Mira Place
Permanent · TSIM SHA TSUI
LOVISA
Part Time Sales Associate - Mira Place
Permanent · TSIM SHA TSUI
PUMA
Junior Developer Fabric Apparel
Permanent · Hong Kong
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Feb 20, 2018
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Sports Direct launches 100 million pound share buyback

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Reuters
Published
Feb 20, 2018

British sportswear retailer Sports Direct plans to buy back up to 100 million pounds of its equity as it seeks to further reduce the share capital of the company, it said on Tuesday.




The firm, controlled by founder and Chief Executive Mike Ashley, said its latest buyback programme would run until its annual shareholders meeting on Sept. 5.

It said a maximum of 30 million shares could be purchased.

Shares in Sports Direct, down 5 percent so far this year, closed Tuesday at 357.6 pence, valuing the business at 1.94 billion pounds.

Ashley owns 61 percent of the equity.

The retailer, which has been criticised for its disclosure, corporate governance and past treatment of workers, is trying to revive sales and profit growth with smarter stores that sell more premium products from the likes of Nike and Adidas.

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