Ryan, Thomas J.
January 2006
SGB;Jan2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p17
Trade Publication
The article reveals that Helsinki, Finland-based Amer Sports plans to cut 400 jobs at Salomon as part of a three-year cost efficiency program. Salomon's management structure was also reorganized in order to efficiently integrate the business operations of the two companies. Amer acquired Salomon in October 2005. A statement from Amer President and CEO Roger Talermo is presented.


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